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/ Brown / Dubbing / Grizzly / Klinkhammer / olive / peacock herl / Red / white /

Red Butt Klinkhammer

tied by boynabubble
Fly Type: Dry,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Northwest US,
Imitation: Caddis Flies,
Material List:
Hook: Daiichi 1270 #14
Thread: Olive Ultra Thread 70
Dubbing: Spirit River Fine & Dry Red
- Spirit River Fine & Dry Olive
Wing Post: White Polypropylene Yarn
Hackle: Whiting Genetic Grizzly
Thorax: Peacock Herl

I also tie this in brown and gray superfine dubbing.

Tying Instructions: Materials are tied in order above.

Notes: Tie body and whip finish at the eye before finishing the post.
-When finishing the post, make several reinforcing wraps with thread, wrap the hackle and whip finish at the base of the post. Add a drop of Zap-a-Gap.
-Tie in the hackle so the fibers curve up.

Presentation Tips: I like to use the Klinkhammer in fast runs and pocket water. Only add floatant to the wing post.

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