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Default How do I tye a Tob1 Rena-fly?

The recipe and tutorial is courtesy of Tob1.

The fly and the tutorial is a adult caddis or stonefly. The name of the fly is Renaflua (Renafly). Rena is a very nice river with god hatches in Norway (with big trout and grayling).

The name of the composer of the fly is : Staffan LindstrÝm.

1. The material list. Dubbing, polypropylene yarn, melting glue, hackle
2. Dubb the body
3. Place the yarn under the hook shank.
4. Secure the post and mount the hackle as a parachute
5. Cut a small bit of the melting glue.
6. Place the small bit of melting glue on a needle. Melt it with a lighter.
7. Place the melted glue on the front of the post.
8. Wet your finger with your tongue. Press down the hot glue with your finger. You will not burn if you use salvia but you will burn if you use water on your finger.
9. Finished fly from side.
10. Finished fly from bottom.

1. The material list. Dubbing, polypropylene yarn, melting glue, hackle

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2. Dubb the body

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3. Place the yarn under the hook shank.

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4. Secure the post and mount the hackle as a parachute.

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5. Cut a small bit of the melting glue.

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6. Place the small bit of melting glue on a needle. Melt it with a lighter.

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7. Place the melted glue on the front of the post.

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8. Wet your finger with your tongue. Press down the hot glue with your finger. You will not burn if you use salvia but you will burn if you use water on your finger.

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9. Finished fly from side.

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10. Finished fly from bottom.

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