How To Tie An Easy Trout Spey Fly | Easy Skagit Fly | Trout Spey Streamer

When travelling, we carry some of our favorite materials, but often have to be creative when tying new fly patterns. Limiting the number of materials is a great way to come up with flies with what is just laying around.

Craft fur, polar chenille, rubber legs and a little bit of rabbit fur can go a long way to help tie very effective flies for swinging up rainbow trout.

This pattern will work well for Rainbows, Dolly Varden, Bass, Walleye and anything that will take a swung fly!

Thank you so much for checking this one out!


Hook Shank: Umpqua 25 mm Waddington Shank
Trailer Material: Senyo’s Intruder Wire for Hooks Larger Than Size 6
Trailer Hook: Owner Side Drifting Hook Size 4 (Barb Removed)
Thread: Uni 6/0 Black
Dumbell Eyes: Spirit River Real Eyes Plus in Pearl or Red (Size appropriately for your fishing conditions)
Rear Body Material: Hareline Dubbin UV Polar Chenille Copper
Wings: (Upper – Hareline Dubbin Select Craft Fur Black) (Lower – Hareline Dubbin Select Craft Fur Olive)
Rubber Legs: Hareline Dubbin Barred Olive/Black Legs
Head: Hareline Dubbin Micro Pulsator Strips Black Barred Gold Variant
Head Cement: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails

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