• Fly Tying Tutorial: Fish-Skull Disco Deceiver
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Fly Tying Tutorial: Fish-Skull Disco Deceiver

Paul Brown’s Disco Deceiver Is a Big Flashy Streamer With Tons of Swimming Action

For targeting everything from pike to brown trout in endless color combinations, the Disco Deceiver is plenty of fun to fish and tie. Combining Fish-Skull Articulated Fish-Spines in the middle of the fly's body gives it two extra break points for movement and a Fish-Skull Baitfish Head helps get this fly to the strike zone quickly.

You can find Paul Brown on Instagram: @kcflyco.

Fly Recipe

Rear Hook

Middle Section 1

Middle Section 2

Front Hook

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    About Brian Wise:

    Brian Wise is a fly fishing guide in extreme Southern Missouri. His mainstays are the wild rainbow trout and large predatory brown trout of the North Fork of the White River, but he is also a self-proclaimed smallmouth junkie and loves the seasonal striper fishing as well. He's been the head guide at River of Life Farm for over a decade and has been featured in print such as Southern Living Magazine, Outdoor Life, Fly Fisherman, Field and Stream, Rural Missouri Magazine, on television shows such as NBC’s Today Show, Outdoor Channel’s Ultimate Outdoors, several appearances on Outdoor Channel Outfitters, and is a Field Producer for Chasing Waters on the Pursuit Channel. He was a 2007 qualifier for the coveted Best of the West distance casting competition and won the Bennett Springs distance casting competition with a whopping cast of 106 feet. When Brian isn’t guiding, he is fishing with his two sons. His fly tying and fly fishing videos are quickly making their way to the top of the list, and the Fly Fishing the Ozarks Youtube Channel is the fastest growing channel in the fly fishing genre.

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    • Aug 27, 2021

      Have always enjoyed your fly tying segments. Not only do they teach me new techniques but also seeing how to use new materials.
      Thank you for all you do.

      — Alan

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