1) Wooley Bugger- First developed to imitate crayfish for Pennsylvania's Susquahanna. I keep them in several sizes and with and without coneheads #10-#4 black, brown, olive and variations like the Yellow Yummie and JJ Special.
 2) Zonker- Generally credited to Dan Byford who had a shop in Steamboat Springs and created it in 1975 for the large trout in the Yampa River and Delaney Buttes lakes.This baitfish imitation has a belly weighted braided mylar body so it rides hook point up. Rabbit tied over the hook shank along with painted eyes enhance it's triggering characteristic's. I keep an inventory of natural, olive, yellow and white in sizes #10-#4. 
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