This is a quick and simple parachute technique that requires only deer hair and Bug Bond.
Hook: Mustad C49
Tying thread: Dyneema
Body: Moose mane hair
Hackle: Roe deer hair and Bug Bond
Thorax: Underfur from deer or moose winter coat.
February 12, 2014 | Categories: Fly Fishing, Fly Tying, Material Reviews, Step by Step, Uncategorized | Tags: Bug Bond, deer, Deer hair, Deer Hunting, dubbing, Fly Fishing, Fly photgraphy, Fly Tying, Materials, May fly | 7 Comments
Presentation is alfa and omega when fishing emergers.
This incredibly simple pattern, truly, it only takes a few minutes to tie! makes emergers into immergers. This technique places your pattern right below the surface film (immersed) as if the insect is actually climbing out of the shuck onto the surface.
Taking my Fender emerger one step further by extending the deer hair parachute post which places the entire hook, and tippet point entirely under the surface…
All you need:
Hook: Mustad C49S http://www.mustad.no/productcatalog/product.php?id=177
Tying Thread: Dyneema
Post: Deer hair wrapped in moose hair coated with Bug Bond
Parachute hackle: Deer hair
February 12, 2014 | Categories: Fly Photography, Fly Tying, Material Reviews, Step by Step | Tags: Bug Bond, Deer hair, Dry Fly, Emergers. immerger, Fly Tying, May fly, moose hair, quill bodies, Realistic, small flies, Step by Step | 3 Comments