Published Apr 23. 2021 - 7 months ago
Updated or edited Apr 26. 2021

Blue Holographic

Perdigon flies are pretty simple flies to tie, yet very effective. They are tied on jig hooks with tungsten slotted beads to make it swim hook point up. They get hung up on the bottom less often, and also are very heavy and sink quickly. Great flies for fishing euro nymphing style, yet also work great as a lead fly to get other smaller flies down. Best of all, most perdigon flies can be tied very quickly, and therefor you can bust out 15-20 of them in an hour and fill a box in an afternoon.

As always I am listing the materials below and linking to where you can get them. For any of the materials I got from Risen, please remember to use my discount code for an additional discount on top of their already great prices. Discount code is "McFly", type it in at checkout.

Hook: Risen Barbless Jig 9230 (Size 18) -
Bead: Risen Tungsten Slotted (size 3.0) -
Thread: Veevus 10/0 in Chartreuse -
Tail: Whiting Tailing Pack -
Abdomen: Veevus Holographic Blue Tinsel (medium) -
1st Resin: Solarez Bone-dry -
2nd Resin: Solarez Thin Hard -
3rd Resin: Solarez Black Bone Dry -

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