Ahh the wounderus searunn cut. They one of the most important speices in puget
sound and the coast of washington. They are great fun to catch on
either light spinning tackel. catching them can sometimes be very tough. they
can turn off just as fast as they turned on to the feed. THey eat every hting from
shrimps to herring. My favorite technique for ctaching searunn cutts is to
look for bait balls then cast to them. I use an assortment of flies.
here are a few of them.
The tinsel herring.
hook: a 6 to 10 saltwater
body: wrapped flashaboo
tail: varying colors of crystal flash
2x the length of the hook tied 1/3 down from the eyelet.
any other flashey flies will work.
Work around points and were current is strong and over oyster bed.