Published Mar 8. 2023 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Mar 11. 2023

Paolo's Articulated Double Tail

In this episode pike fly tying tutorial, Niklaus Bauer will show us how to tie "Paolo's Articulated Double Tail" - a variation on one of Paolo Pacchiarini's favorite patterns. It swims like a game changer when you fish it roly-poly but if you fish it with short hard pull’s, it kicks side to side like nothing else.

Hook: Ahrex TP610 #4/0 main, Ahrex TP610 #2/0 Tail
Glue: Zap a gap brush on, Gulff UV resin – thinman, Flexman
Eyes: Predator Eyes 8mm Fl. Orange
Thread: Power tread 100D – White
Connection: Partridge Bauer Pike leader wire 40LB, Articulation Beads 6mm – Silver and Sparkle Fl. Orange
FC -0,60mm (40lb), fastatch size 0, 2mm articulated bead.
Tail: Double Tail XL Copper
Rear hook: Bucktail – White, Hedron flashabou pearl dyed olive and Polarflash Gold, Palmer Chenillemedium – Pearl
Front Hook: Bucktail – White and olive, Hedron flashabou pearl dyed olive, Ripple ice fiber in Light, Olive, Palmer Chenille medium – Medium olive
Head: Titan dubbing – Sunset

Link to the UV head school:

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Martin Joergensen

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