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Alevin (Mushrush)

Name Alevin
Category Steelhead/Rainbows/Char/Grayling/Dolly Varden
Tail Unraveled Pearl Mylar Tubing
Body Pearl Mylar Tubing, Slipped over Hook Shank and Tied in at Tail and Head                                       
Egg Sac Red Marabou
Eyes Small Bead Chain.

This version of the Alevin was developed and field tested by Alaska tyer Wayne Mushrush. The bead chain, in addition to imitating the eyes, adds weight to carry it to the bottom where Alevin are found. Fish the pattern when salmon have spawned and eggs are hatching.




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