G-Moal = Super Moal. A moal leech tied in two stations. Each station is separated by Flashabou and Guinea hackle (Guinea = the G in G-Moal). The read station requires long guinea hackle not always easy to find. The Guinea helps give the fly a mottled/barred moving hackle and stands out underwater. The Guinea helps give the fly a sea creature/squid look and moves with the rabbit. The Flashabou over the black rabbit core which is the fly’s silhouette is used for color and movement.
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Moal leeches are tied entirely on a string with a trailer hook at the back. This gives the fly greater action than a fly tied on a rigid hook. More fish are landed with the Moal fly as well.
The combination of rabbit fur which has incredible life in the water and flashabou creates an illuminated attraction for fish. A real winner!
Two Toned Flash Moal Leech - Flashabou and rabbit wrapped around a string go together. Moal Leeches have great movement in the water. They wiggle and undulate, which moves the flashabou in wave like motion reflecting colorful light waves as the fly swings across the river. Two Toned (color) Flash Moals have two different colors of flashabou tied in. The tail color is tied in after half the fly is wrapped with rabbit. The head flashabou is tied with a length of 2/3's the fly length. This works much better that two colors of flashabou tied in together at the cone.
Two Toned Flash Moal Leech (Purple and Red)
Improved Methow Moal