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Default How do I tye a Damsel Fly?

Photos and Procedures are compliments of tob1.


How to tye a Damsel Fly Step by Step.

1.Secure the colored braided line to the hook and make a post

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2. Dub the body

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3.Mount the hackle to the post

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4. Wind the hackle 5 turns around the post and secure it.

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5.Draw the fibres back

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6 Secure the braided line in front (now is the possibility to place some eyes on)

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7. Go back with the braided line and secure it. Cut the braided line.

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8. The finished fly to trim with the scissor.

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9. More of the fly

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10. The fly from under.

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