Another all around seatrout fly. This pattern is inspired by the famous fly „Omøborsten“. This fly is mainly tied out of soft Keough grizzly saltwater hackles, which pulsate strongly in the water. I made a little video at the end of the tutorial, where you can get a slightly impression, how the fly mowes in the water.
- Hook: Partridge CS 54 # 6
- Weight: Lead Wire
- Tail: Dubbing & Keough Grizzly Saltwater Hackle
- Ribbing: Mono
- Body: SLF Dubbing & SLF Prism Dubbing, Keough Grizzly Saltwater Hackle
- Front: Keough Grizzly Saltwater Hackle
- Hot Spot: Fluo Thread
Wind the lead wire around the front part of the hook and secure it with super glue. Then create a little dubbing ball at the end of the fly.
Tie in a really big and soft hackle.
Wind the hackle around the hook shank.
Tie in some pheasant tippets.
Tie in the mono for ribbing. Then split the thread, put the dubbing in the gap and spin the bobbin to twist the thread and the dubbing. Wind the Dubbing around the shank.
Tie in another hackle…
…wind it towards the end of the fly. Secure the hackle by ribbing the it with the mono. Then brush the body, so the dubbing strands are mixed with the hackle fibres.
Tie in another big hackle at the front. This big front hackle pushes the water and creates much turbulance.
Create a nice little hot spot with your fluo thread and varnish it. That’s it!
click to play the video[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/36655237[/vimeo]