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A John Alden Knight bass pattern. The original calls for the wing to be four hackles, tied on the flat, top, bottom, left and right. This is tied in a traditional style.
Here is an originally un-named Austin Hogan pattern that he described in his Jan. 1970 article “Blues for an Autumn Twilight”. A beauty for the bass of the Schoharie!
Here’s an old “Tap” Tapply pickerel pattern…
Another late January F & S combo with promise…
Here’s a pattern of mine for smallmouth tied on some old Mustad 79666 Keel hooks. Those long discontinued irons are sorely missed. I wish Mustad, or some other enterprising hook maker, would re-introduce them. Though some worm hooks come close, … Continue reading
Here’s a new bass pattern for 2013. Handsome and simple, we’ll see how it does!