It's a smaller, slimmer pattern, so it's just different enough from the typical big streamer patterns that you get strikes you wouldn't get on the big flies. Plus, the Marabou has a great, lively movement and action in the water. Combine that with the conehead and you get that all-important jigging movement that predator fish often can't pass up; plus the conehead gets the fly down better in deeper and heavier water. In black, white, black/white, ginger, olive/white.Streamer fly in sizes: 6, 8, 10, 12.
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4 of 4(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Little Rascal
Review 1 for Little Rascal
One of the best streamers ever,
April 12, 2013
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"I spend a lot of my time on the water. Anytime I am fishing streamers, my go-to streamer is a black size 12 little rascal. If that is not working I will go to a white little rascal or a golden retriever.
Do yourself a favor and purchase these, they hold up to plenty of fish. Last season i must have caught over 100 browns and rainbows on this pattern alone! Never get shunked again if you fish this pattern."
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Review 2 for Little Rascal
June 2, 2011
"My all around go to streamer in NJ. I crush river smallies and both stocked and wild trout on these. Prefered is the olive / white combo in size 6 or 8. Great fly, holds up well also."
"I use this with wonderline full sinking line with 4x tippet and the browns were caught pretty much every cast. Thanks for the selling this product. this fly casts great, easy to cast this fly with full sink line 60' out"
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Review 4 for Little Rascal
May 28, 2007
By: Michael L.
"Just got back from the Kennebago River in Maine. Using the olive and white Little Rascal, I caught my best fish of the trip, a 14" 1.25 lb. native brook trout. When I first saw the Little Rascal in the Orvis Newsletter, I knew it would work; it did. Now, I'm going to tie my own."