Published May 18. 2022 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited May 19. 2022

Nobbler Fly Tying tutorial

Ívar's Fly Workshop

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Here we will be tying the fly (Dog or Frog) Nobbler by Trevor Housby. The Nobbler or Dog Nobbler like it was called is a great option for both stream and lake fishing and was designed in the 1980's and patented in 1984 by a guy called Sid Knight. The fly catches both brown trout and arctic char. Some skills are needed to tie this fly but it's not too difficult really. I 100% recommend to keep few i your box since it's a really effective one. Colours in the fly can matter so I suggest that you have variations like black, orange, white, pink, olive and purple.


Author: Trevor Housby.
Hook: Ahrex NS118 #8.
Thread: 8/0 Orange.
Tail: Orange marabou + 2-3 strands of pearl crystal flash.
Hotspot: Neon green chenille.
Rib: Oval silver.
Wrap: Orange cock rooster feather.
Body: Orange chenille.
Eyes: Dumbell eyes.
Head: Orange.

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