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The Barely Legal cone head is just one of those models that seems to produce fish wherever we take it, and it`s one of the best frying imitations we`ve ever caught. Simply put, no Slide Inn executive would be caught in their box without this model, and it`s already gaining popularity across the country. The key to the barely legal streamer is the Marabou stacking process, which Kelly developed with Caterpillar as an anchor point for setting up individual batteries. Without a doubt, the barely legal Kegelkopf is one of our best-selling articulated streamers and remains one of our top producers on the Madison River year after year. Color: Olive / White, Brown / Yellow, Olive / Yellow, Chartreuse / White, Black / Grey, Gold / Cream and Grey / White. Size: 4 and 1/0 Last summer I experimented with articulated flies on our coastal rivers for rainbows, bull trout and even rainbow trout. Through experimentation and research, I fell in love with Kelly Galloup`s « Barely Legal. » This fly is simply a fish catcher. Hook: back hook, Mustad S71SZ – size 1 to 2; Front hook, Tiemco 8089 – Size 6 tie in white marabou at the bottom of the hook with on the hook. Fix again and cut near the hook. Build a small thread head, whip it, cut the loonie UV knot bond glue and apply it.

You have now completed the return flight! Head: Fish skull, small to medium (various collars) Due to the artisanal nature of this product, the product you receive may differ from the photos. Please note that flies that are not individually packaged cannot be returned. As mentioned in the title, I declare that I made a slight variation of the pattern. The body material I use is UV Polar Caterpillar in pearl. I believe that the original pattern requires a krystal caterpillar shorter than the body material. I believe exercise is the key to this fly. The head of the fish skull gives it this movement up and down, while the joint exaggerates all the movement of the fly. Attach a Tiemco 8089 size 6 to your vice. You will first use Kevlar wire to fix the rio knot wire. Start the Kevlar wire with the eye of the hook. Cut a piece of Rio knot wire and wrap the Kevlar wire just behind the end of the hook to secure the wire. Include sculpin olive and white marabou as in the previous steps.

Be sure to rejuvenate the Marabou so that the peaks are right in the middle of the Marabou behind it. Gold/Cream, Black/Grey, Brown/Yellow, Chartreuse/White, Grey/White, Olive/White, Olive/Yellow. If you have any questions about the fly, feel free to stop by Pacific Angler @ 78 East Broadway. Our workshop has all the necessary equipment and tools. Necklace / Wings: White and Chabot Olive Blood Feather Marabou Tie in one piece Sculpin Olive Marabou with spikes. Be sure to rejuvenate it so that the tips are just behind the base of the tail. Cut the excess after securing the Marabou with some good movements. The Barely Legal Conehead has been one of our best streamers on the Madison Tie at Sculpin Olive and White Marabou similar to the back hook over the past four years. You will find the recipe and a step-by-step guide for this fly that I really enjoyed tying up and fishing.

I hope you do too! Bind in the same length as at the top of the bottom with white marabou. Attach the marabou to the hook tree, then cut it. Hook hook connection: Rio knotty thread, glass beads lined with 20lb red silver & red Galloups Barely legal fly (Fish Skull Head) is a fly you can catch at any time of the year, but it seems to outdo itself in early autumn when big fish lie on the feeding bag. Since this fly has so much movement, you can let it drift dead, swing or just pull it on your feet, no matter what you choose, hold on tight as this fly could make you land the fish of the season. Galloup`s Bare Legal Fly (Fish Skull Head), a variant of one of Kelly`s most famous streamers, focuses on movement and has a similar build to the original Barely Legal, but adds a touch of realism that the original doesn`t have. Designed by Kelly Galloup, Barely Legal is a series of flies full of movement, have an articulated design, have more marabou than most fly shops have on their walls and seem to catch big fish almost everywhere. The Galloups Barely Legal Fly (Fish Skull Head) has an almost identical design to the original, but it has the added benefit of a Fish Skull Head. With this head, the streamer dives and dives, giving this bait fly a realistic look. Not only does its construction mimic the life of a baitfish, but this fly is also available in a range of colors, so you can really choose to « match the hatch » of your local waters. Stir Pearl UV Polar Caterpillar at the end at the base of the marabou tail. Palmer the caterpillar in the direction of the hook`s eye.

Stop an eye length in front of the eye of the hook. Attach and cut the caterpillar. Lock a Mustad S71SZ size 1 or 2 in your vice. This will be your back hook of the joint fly. Start your wire at the fold of the hook. Attach a sprig of Sculpin Olive Marabou to the top of the hook at the ends (1.5 length of the hook tree). Incorporate the polar caterpillar at the tip into the UV mother-of-pearl. Palmer forward to the middle position of the hook shaft. Bind the UV pearl polar salmonil to the tip and palm it to the eye of the hook, just a short eye length. Include sculpin olive and white marabou as in the previous steps. Attach the Marabou and cut it near the hook tree. Build a small thread head, whip it ready and cut the wire.

It is important to leave enough space (two eye lengths) to be able to put the fish`s skull on the fly. Apply a generous amount of loon UV glue to the head of the fly. Attach the fish skull to the head of the fly and make sure it is aligned vertically. Harden the adhesive with Loon UV light. Net Two glass beads lined with red silver through the knotty thread and then through the eye of the hook of the back fly. Fix the wire by turning the windings to the eye of the hook. Once you have reached the eye of the hook whip, finish and cut. Put a slight stain of thin Zap-a-Gap on the wire to attach both the wire and the wire to be bulletproof against the monster bull trout and steel heads! Start the Kevlar wire at the front of the fish skull.

Build a small amount of threads to create a thread dam. Complete with a whipped finish, cut and apply a small amount of loon UV glue. Be sure to cut the hook on the well in accordance with British Columbia`s freshwater fishing regulations. Brian Wise, chief guide at River of Life Farm, connects Articulated Barely Legal from Galloup. The Barely Legal is one of the easiest models to articulate that can be linked. But go crazy in the water. One night, I came across Kelly Galloup`s series of articulated flies that he had developed for the carnivorous brown trout in Montana. Immediately, I saw the app for our coastal rivers, where all of our big fish tend to eat prey fish such as sculpins and young trout.

After a good success with several species of fish, I noticed that my box is overcrowded with different color variations of the « Barely Legal ». However, the combination of olive sculpin and white turned out to be the best for me.