Sculpin Big Gulp - Tan
One of the characteristics that make the fly so successful is the incorporation of both rabbit fur and marabou. The deer hair collar, while
suggestive of pectoral fins, is far more important in energizing body movement.
Lead eyes keep it down where it belongs. Durability, silhouette, castability, and movement are qualities that are very important to this type of fly. The addition of just a bit of flash further enhances its attractiveness.
Mike McCune says this about the the Big Gulp Sculp, "The Big Gulp Sculpin, like so many other original patterns, has been in a constant state of evolution for more than 20 years. Originally designed to imitate sculpins and blackfish found in the waters of Southwest Alaska, colors have been incorporated to mimic or suggest forage fish species found world-wide.