How to Tie: The Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn Egg

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, Piscator Flies gives us a great tutorial on how to tie the Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn Egg.

Learn About This Fly:

Difficulty: Easy

The Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn Egg is a fly that will undoubtedly make purists feel dirty on sight. In any river where there are trout, steelhead, or salmon this fly is an absolute essential. Egg flies are deadly and should be utilized heavily in the Fall and Spring months when fish migrations are consistent.

This fly was originally created to imitate sucker fish egg clusters but can be applied to nearly all spawning situations. The Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn Egg should be tied in various colors such as pink, red, orange, and chartreuse. Various colors matched with the unique body shape of the Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn Egg is key for finding success with this pattern.

Beginners and veterans alike can rejoice in the simplicity of this fly. Using only four materials, a tyer of any skill level can fill up their egg box quickly. Like many things fishing related, efficiency is crucial, and this pattern checks the box. The Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn is a fly that embraces both simplicity and productivity and should be in your fly box during those spawning seasons.


Now you know how to tie the Crystal Meth Sucker Spawn Egg. 

Video and ingredients courtesy of Piscator Flies.

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