Published Feb 9. 2018 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 18. 2019

Micro Blood Dot Egg (Globug)

Check out the Micro Blood Dot Egg in action in Mike's Elkhorn Creek Video -
Check out Mike's Wooly Bugged channel on youtube -

The egg can be tied in a range of sizes, but smaller dense eggs should be around 1/4 in diameter on a size 16 or 18 hooks. the fly pattern is simple to tie, but you may need to practice trimming the yarn so that the bottom and top are even. Be sure that you have sharp scissors and that you grasp and pull the yarn when you snip it.

You can use Egg yarn or the McFly Foam yarn. It's my experience that the McFly product

Thanks to Mike for the additional footage and photos.

Micro Blood Dot Egg (Globug) fly pattern recipe
Hook: Egg hook such as Mustad C67s #10-18
Bead: Gold optional
Thread: Fl. Fire Orange 140d 6/0 or GSP
Body: McFly Foam Strawberry pink and Brite Red

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Music: The Creek - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena

Camera: Nikon CoolPix B700
Vise: Griffin Montana Mongoose

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