Published Jun 16. 2017 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Jun 17. 2017

Squirmy Wormy

This is absolutely a fly that qualifies for my "Two Minute Tying" series! The Squirmy Wormy has that deadly combo of being simple to tie and catching lots of fish. There are certain situations that this fly works better than others, and I discuss those (and some tying variations) in the video.

Hook: Hanak H450BL; #14
Bead: Hazard Fly Fishing 3.0mm; faceted silver
Weight: .010 wire
Thread: UNI 6/0 UNI; pink
Body: Squirmy Wormy material; pink

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