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Alaskan Smolt (Hodson)

Name Alaskan Smolt
Category Pacific Salmon/Rainbows/Char
Hook Size 2 to 6, Weighted
Thread Black
Tail Unraveled Silver Mylar Tubing from Body
Body Silver Mylar Tubing Tied at Rear with Fluorescent Orange Thread
Throat Red Calf Tail
Wing Brown Bucktail Dyed Green over White Bucktail with a Topping of Mallard Flank

This salmon smolt imitation was originated by Bud Hodson for fishing conditions when salmon smolt are present and are prey for other fish.











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