McTage's Primordial Carp-Stew Carp Fly

Fly tying instructional video for McTage's Primordial Carp-Stew carp fly. This is my second most productive carp fly and is an impressionistic pattern that represents a small crayfish, leech or large nymph. The Carp-Stew was designed to swim and drop in a level hook-up attitude while taking advantage of the unique action of Swishers Rub-A-Dub under water.
Martin Joergensen
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