Published Aug 20. 2018 - 2 years ago

P-Quad Wet Fly

The P-Quad is a creation from fly angler and tyer Mark Olinger and is the genesis of a series of wet flies. The fly is one of Mark's best-producing fly patterns, in particular for Manitoba's Tokaryk Lake. https://www.anglersatlas.com/place/154460/tokaryk-lake

P-Quad was named so for the elements in the fly, pheasant, peacock, pintail, and partridge. The fly does well fished in lakes using a sinking line to get the fly down to a feeding level, but should also do well swung like a standard wet fly in flowing waters.

P-Quad

Hook: Mustad S82-3906B
Thread: Brown or black 8/0 (70d)
Tail: 8-10 Pheasant tail fibers
Ribbing: Brassie gold wire
Body: 3-4 peacock herls
Wing: Pintail fibers (teal or mallard)
Hackle: Hungarian partridge
Head: Thread w/ Bone Dry UV

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