Woolly Worm

The original Woolly Worm pattern is said to have originated in the Ozarks as a bass fly. Its real popularity, however, came when Don Martinez, a West Yellowstone, Montana fly tier, commercialized the pattern in the 1950s. It is usually the first pattern taught to fly-tying beginners because it takes Ver más...
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Woolly Worm
Listado de materiales
MATERIALSHook: Mustad 9671, sizes #6 to #16.Thread: black.Weighing (optional): lead wire.Tail: red floss strap.Body: black and red chenille.Sides: pearled flashabou strips.Hackle: black rooster saddle feather.
Pasos

Paso 1

Wrap the lead wire along the hook shank leaving some space at the back and next to the hook eye.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 1

Paso 2

Tie the red floss strap from where the lead wire ends and up to the hook barb.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 2

Paso 3

Tie a black rooster feather. Its length should be 1 ½ of the hook gape.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 3

Paso 4

Tie the black chenille right where the feather was tied.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 4

Paso 5

Wrap the black chenille along the hook shank to cover 2/3 of its length.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 5

Paso 6

Tie some pearl flashabou strips on each side and at the back.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 6

Paso 7

Tie the red chenille right where the flashabou was tied.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 7

Paso 8

Wrap the red chenille almost up to the hook eye.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 8

Paso 9

Take the side flashabou strips to the front and tie these next to the hook eye.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 9

Paso 10

Wrap the rooster feather in a Palmer style along the body of the fly and tie next to the hook eye. Whip finish and cemment.

Paso a paso - Woolly Worm - Paso 10

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