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Tube Flies
Flies tied on plastic or metal tubes rather than hooks


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Videos with "Tube Flies - Flies tied on plastic or metal tubes rather than hooks" - More videos about about this subject
UFO Disc Tube Salmon Fly

Materials Used;
Thread, Uni-8/0 Fire Orange or to suit pattern
Inner Tube, Flo-Orange
Outer Tube, Classic US-Tube 6mm Black
First Hackle, Hot Orange Chinese Cock or Hen
Under-Wing, Bucktail Hot Orange and Yellow, SSS Angel Hair HD Orange Flame
Wing,Hot Orange and Sunburst Finn Raccoon
Middle Hackle, Black Hen
Front Hackle, FF Softhackle Sunburst
FF UFO Black Disc

Futurefly
A generic black and blue salmon tube fly
Chinook Fly
McBike ties a simple Chinook/Spring Salmon tube fly to demonstrate the Skeena River Fly Supply Tube Fly System. Euro style tubing using an inner and outer or over tube. Over tubes come in many colors including embeded glitter. Makes a much more durable fly than a single tube and does not require junction tubing.
Streamer man on the vise 1
Tube Streamer fly tying
Bead Fry Steelhead Tube Fly

MATERIALS LIST IS BELOW!
This is a great fly for spring time Steelhead that are chomping down on eggs and fry. Due to the design, it is effective as both swung or drifted under an indicator, making it a great choice for a switch rod and in smaller tributaries. Based on a Greg Senyo pattern.

Grocery List:
Heritage Angling Products Tube (1.8mm mated with 3.0mm)
Red Thread (Any will do)
8mm Trout Bead (Hole drilled to 2mm)
Deer Creek UV Resins (Flex to mate the tubing, Hard to form the head)
Deer Creek Gator Eyes

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Coho Herring Bucktail Tube Fly

This Tube Bucktail incorporates natural colors with modest flash In contrast to some of the shockingly hot PINK Bucktails that we Salmon Bucktailers often fish in saltwater. The fly catches silvers and Albacore, so you can feel utmost confidence when you tie it on and hang it in your prop-wash. For more fly tying videos, check out www.OregonFlyFishingBlog.com and to buy fly tying materials, visit www.CaddisFlyShop.com.


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