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Chartreuse Wet Fly
tied by horseshoe
Fly Type: Hairwing,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Eastern Canada,
Imitation: General Baitfish,
•Hook - Sz8 - 2xl Bronze Lure
•Rib - Silver Mylar uni #14
•Body - Yellow Floss
•Wing - (in order) Chartreuse calf tail and Yellow squirrel tail.
•Throat - Chartreuse Buck tail
•Cheek - Hungarian Partridge Yellow
Tying Instructions: Tie in the mylar above the barb and then move to the side.
Tie in the floss then wrap thread evenly about 3/4 the way up the shaft.
Wrap floss as even as possible up to the thread, tie down and snip off excess.
Wrap mylar once in a band to create tag then wrap up to the thread with about 3-4 wraps.
Tie down securely and snip off excess.
Tie down the calf tail, wrap 3-4 timed securely, cut off excess at an angle and place a dab of cement before wrapping a few more times to secure.
Tie down the squirrel tail, wrap 3-4 times securely, cut off excess at an angle and place a dab of cement before wrapping a few more times to secure.
Flip the hook and tie on the buck tail, snip off excess, apply a dab of cement and wrap securely.
Flip hook upright and form head.
Tie on Partridge on each side of head and wrap to form head.
Apply a few coats of cement .
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