Published Apr 27. 2017 - 6 months ago
Updated or edited Apr 30. 2017

Doh!

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Dubbing On a Hook! Simple as that! Use orange or red and you have the simplest and easiest garfish fly available. No tail, no flash, no rib. Save the effort and just dub a few hooks and go fishing. If dubbing intimidates you, simply use yarn. If you want something a little more durable, rib with some mono.

Originator: 
Martin Joergensen (duh!)
Pattern type: 
Cold saltwater fly
Difficulty: 
Very easy
Instruction: 
  1. Start thread in the back
  2. Cover the hook shank with dubbing
  3. Whip finish and cut thread
  4. Varnish
Species: 
Materials: 
Hook
Kamasan B170 or similar wet fly hook size 8-14
Thread
6/0 to match dubbing
Body
Orange or red dubbing
Head
Tying thread
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