Published Apr 26. 2023 - 7 months ago

Dirty Bomber

Detailed instructions for tying a Dirty Bomber. Check out the full video of Tim fishing with The New Fly Fisher on the Gander River: https://youtu.be/rZOXYtGXJNI

For more information on Gander River Outfitters in Newfoundland, visit https://ganderriver.com.

Hook: Size 6 bomber hook
Thread 1: Gel spun thread, white.
Tail: Calf tail.
Body: Deer belly hair, chartreuse and white.
Thread 2: Gel spun thread, black.
Hackle: Saddle, orange.

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The New Fly Fisher host Colin McKeown with bomber & bug patterns for trout and Atlantic salmon: https://youtu.be/BsUIp93BorA and the Jensens on fly fishing with streamers from a drift boat: https://youtu.be/HZ6KSFdQZwI

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Martin Joergensen
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