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Tube Steak
Tube Steak
Variation on the San Juan Worm imitating both annelid worms and bloodworms (Chironomid or midge larvae)
Published by yatahey
10-14-2010
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Type of pattern Worm, midge larva, blood worm
Originator of pattern if known Yatahey
Tied and Submitted by Yatahey
Level of tying experience needed to tie this pattern Beginner, a fairly simple pattern using basic tying skills
Materials listed in order of tie in:
Hook Mustad 37160 size 14 here
Thread Red Uni 8/0
Body Red Larva Lace
Head Thread
Special tying notes Make a bump with the thread near the eye end of the hook, wrap larva lace, fish.
Target species Trout
Fishing notes Excellent imitation for nutrient rich tailwaters like the san juan with lots of annelids (worms) and blood worms (midge larvae). Great for high water conditions.
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