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/ bugger / Dubbing / Grizzly / Hex / Ice Dub / marabou / olive / Pheasant / white /

Hex Bugger

tied by cbinwindsor
Fly Type: Streamers,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Central Canada,
Imitation: Mayflies,
Material List:
Size 6 Salmon Hook
Grizzly marabou tail
Pheasant tail fiber back
Grizzly soft hackle wound foreword woolly bugger style
Olive UV ice dubbing body applied with a dubbing loop
Medium plastic eyes
8/0 White Uni Thread
Tying Instructions: - Tie in the marabou tail
- Tie in the pheasant tail fibers
- strip off one side of the feather and tie in the soft hackle
- Tie in the eyes
- create a dubbing loop and apply the dubbing.
- wind dubbing loop on up to the eyes, tie in and clip
- wind hackle foreword as you would with a woolly bugger with two wraps just behind the eyes. Tie in and clip
- stroke hackles down to either side of the fly. Bring the pheasant tail fibers foreword. Tie in and clip
- Apply head cement
Presentation Tips: This fly can be dead drifted, swung or even stripped to imitate a bait fish although my intention was to imitate a swimming hex nymph.

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