Published Mar 30. 2018 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Mar 30. 2018

Jerk Fly - walking the dog

Well lets be honest here, this is not the easiest fly in the world to tie. However, the versatility of it, and the effectiveness is absolutely amazing! Its also durable, and has the ability to interchange the tails so you can really have a few flies in one.
With foam towards the back of the fly, and the weight added by the UV resin head, this fly walks the dog effortlessly. Its perfect for top water bass fishing.

Materials I used for the fly body
Hook 1: Gamakatsu B10S in size 2
Thread: Veevus Power Thread 140 in Olive
Wire: Senyo's Standard Trailer Wire
Foam: Hairline 2mm Fly Foam
Body: Crinoline Tubing
Eyes: Brule 3D Hard Epoxy Fish Eyes
Head Building Resin: Solarez "Thin Hard" UV Resin
Paint On Resin: Solarez "Ultra Thin" UV Resin
Split Ring:

Materials I used on the tails
Hook: Gamakatsu B10S in size 6
Thread: Veevus 10/0 in white
Feathers: Bugger Pack in white and grizzly
Rubber tail: Cohen's attractor tails small
Shank: FTD Fish Joints 5/8"
Head Cement: Solarez "Ultra Thin" UV Resin

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Submitter: 
shawnstve
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