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viernes, 31 de julio de 2015
Tying Instructions: Strobel Lake Mini Woolly Bugger
STEP BY STEP + VIDEO
Thread: 3/0 color Tan
Hook: Mustad 9671 / 9672, N° #8 - #10
Tail: Marabou Tan , Flashabou copper
Body: Flashabou Copper (5 o 6 fibers) , Lead Wire (hilo de plomo)
Ribbing: Alambre de cobre / copper Wire
Hackle: Grizzlly Hackle
Head: mostacilla negra / glass bead (5 mm aprox.) - Peacock ice dubbing. Head cement.
STEP BY STEP:
the glass bead. Cover ¾ of the hook shank with lead wire, keeping the turns
tight, and pushing the wire to the glass bead.
2 – Cover
the lead wire with thread until the wire is evenly secured and doesn´t spin
around the hook shank. Then secure one marabou feather just before the start of
the bend of the hook. Once tied, trim the excess part. Tie two flashabou
strips, one on each side of the tail.
3 – Tie the
cooper wire just after the tail. Do the same with the cooper flashabou,
securing with several thread turns.
together all the flashabou fibers, and wrap evenly forward and tie off just
before hook eye, leaving space for the head.
the grizzly hackle feather, from the stem, taking 6/7 thread turns at the head.
6- We take
two turns with the hackle feather (clockwise), and continue to the tail with
evenly spread turns. Tie off hackle with a turn of the cooper wire positioned
there, and continue to the head with even turns securing each hackle turn. Trim
excess hackle feather at the tail, and cooper wire at the head.
7- Form a
dubbing loop, position and spin ice dubbing. Cover with ice dubbing the space
formed at the head, in between hackle collar and glass bead. Tie off
with 3 or 4 thread turns. Trim excess. Whip finish and cement head.