Published Oct 22. 2016 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 6. 2018

Lite-Brite Zonker

The Lite-Brite Zonker is a great little streamer developed by Bill Black at Spirit River. The Lite-Brite Zonker is a new spin on the traditional zonker. The Lite-Brite Zonker can be tied in several color variations, but the one tied in this video is my favorite. The Lite-Brite Zonker can be tied with a standard brass bead or a tungsten bead for extra weight. This is a must have streamer in your fly box and it really does produce fish!!

Lite-Brite Zonker Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #04-08 Tiemco 5262 or Tiemco 5263
Bead: 1/8" - 3/16" Gold Cyclops Bead or Tungsten Bead
Weight: .025" Lead Wire
Thread: Black Veevus 6/0
Tail: Black Zonker Rabbit Strip
Body: Purple and Red Ice Dub Dubbing or Lite-Brite Dubbing
Glue: Brush On Zap A Gap

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