In anticipation of chum fry migration out to salt water in the Puget Sound this spring I spent some time at the tying bench. Some of the flies used some new tying techniques, some used new materials. I'm happy with how all of them came out. I'll test them out once I get the word from my super secret source that the fry are moving.
The flies are variations on the classic Chum Baby from Bob Triggs, a couple epoxy baitfish in natural and attractor colors, and an experimental pattern of my own with peacock herl over grizzly hackle and a tinsel body. All are tied on a size 6 straight eye bonefish hook.