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Blackout Kluting

Blackout Kluting
TypeCold saltwater fly
Originator
Martin Joergensen
Year of origin
2003
Tied by
Martin Joergensen
Difficulty
Easy
Target species
Bonefish
Sea trout (sea run)

Materials
HookKamasan B175, #4-8
Tying threadTan 6/0
BodyTan dubbing, hare or similar
Wing/tailNarrow zonker strip, natural tan rabbit
EyesBead chain
Head/wingNatural deer hair

Tying instructions

  1. Mount the hook upside down in any vice or normal in a truly rotating vice
  2. Start the thread just over the hook bend. Actually under when the hook is upside down
  3. Tie in the silver tinsel under the bend. Actually over when the hook is upside down
  4. Dub two thirds of the body with an even cylindrical layer of dubbing
  5. Prepare a narrow zonker strip
  6. Measure the strip for length. Make note of the position where the hook will penetrate the skin
  7. Punch the hook through the skin in this spot
  8. Pull the skin tightly up against the body
  9. Tie down the skin in front of the body and cut surplus
  10. Tie in the eyes on top of the hook shank. Actually under the hook when the hook is upside down
  11. Prepare some deer hair and stack it according to taste
  12. Flare the deer over the eyes. Keep it under the hook shank. Actually over the hook when the hook is upside down
  13. Add several drops of varnish on the bases of the hair and eyes
  14. Let dry


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