Published Mar 28. 2018 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Mar 30. 2018

Blue Zulu Spey

A spey style version of the classic UK trout fly, made for seatrout, salmon and steelhead fishing. Note that I tie the Whiting Spey hackles in at the butt end of the feather... not the tip, as you normally would do with a spey hackle. That gives more volume to the front hackle of the fly - which I find suits this pattern well. My reason for double dubbing the body is, that I find it an good way to make a solid, full tapered body, that is easy to tease out with a velcro strip.

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Michael Jensen
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