Published Sep 4. 2020 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Sep 5. 2020

Kwan Fly

Here is another tying session video where you join me in me tying some flies for customers. This one happens to be the Kwan fly, which is a great saltwater pattern. I do change it up slightly and add a little, but overall its the same thing. Hope you enjoy!

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Here is a list of the materials I used in the video.
Hooks I used: Firehole sticks #811
Risen's hook I recommend - O'Shaughnessy (size 2)-
Thread: Veevus 140 Power thread -
Hackle: Rooster cape or strung saddle -
Dubbing: kraken dubbing enhanced pink -
Tail: Extra Select Craft Fur -
Marker: green sharpie -
Weight/eyes: bead chain eyes -
Body: Congo Hair (light neon chartreuse and baitfish olive) -
Glue: Super Glue Brush on -
UV Resin: Solarez Bone Dry -

Vise: Renzetti Traveler -
Bobbin: Stonfo Bobtec -
Scissors: Dr. Slick all purpose -
Whip finisher: Dr. Slick brass -
UV Light: Ultrafire UV Super Power -
Fly Tying Bench: Oasis Walnut Compact Bench -


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