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ToBo Hellgrimite

tied by wiggleminnow
Fly Type: Nymphs,
Target Species: Freshwater Bass,
Recommended Region: Southeast US,
Imitation: Stone Flies,
Material List:
Hook: Tmc 8089 sz 6
thread: flatwax
body: Foam ant body sz 4
body: black foam discs
legs: black round rubber
Legs: Black hackle
pinchers: black goose biot
eyes: black mono eyes
weight: black barbell eyes

Tying Instructions: 1. tie in ant body.
2. tie in rubbers legs.
3. tie in foam dic on both sides of body,then put a little zap a gap on the insides of discs and glue down the discs to the ant body.
4. tie in rubber legs and discs and glue doen discs.
5. tie in piece of foam sheet right behing the front of the hook eye.
6. tie in biot on both sides right in behind the foam sheet
7. tie in mono eyes right on top of biots.
8. tie in hackle behind the mono eyes.
9. wrap thread back to foam disc, and wrap hackle back to the foam disc.
10. pull foam sheet back and tie in and whip finish.
Presentation Tips: Use no slip loop knot, fish dead drift. Can be fished under indicator. the bouyancy of the foam makes it ride straight up and down, just like the real thing. Very effective pattern.

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