Published May 20. 2020 - 2 weeks ago
Updated or edited May 20. 2020

Super Simple Trout Spey Fly

How To Tie A Super Simple Trout Spey Fly that only uses 3 Materials! - Trout Spey Fly Tying tutorial.
This trout spey streamer fly only uses 3 very easy to find materials and is very fast to tie. We usually tie "guide style" flies that use minimal tying materials, quick to tie and catch lots of fish!
The materials we used in this fly can be swapped out for your favorite sculpin and trout spey fly tying materials. We love greens, blacks, browns and whites for tying this trout spey pattern. We also suggest the use of some heavier weight at the front of the head if your fishing conditions demand the use of weighted flies.

Tight Lines and thank you so much for watching!!

MATERIALS FOR DAVE'S 3 MATERIAL TROUT SPEY FLY:
Shank: Umpqua 15mm Wadington Shank
Trailer Material: 50 lb Power Pro or Fire Line
Trailer Hook: Owner Mosquito Hook #4
Thread: Uni 3/0 Black
Rear Bump Material: Wapsi Angora Goat Flo. Fire Orange
Body: Wapsi Blood Quill Marabou Olive
Head: Hareline Cross Cut Rabbit Strips - Olive Variant
Head Cement: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails

FLY TYING GEAR:
Regal Medallion C-Clamp Vise
Anvil Ultimate Fly Tying Scissors
OPST Dubbing Spinner
Dubbing Brush (Golf Club Cleaning Brush)
Rite Bobbin Standard Bobbin

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ABOUT: In this video David Lisi from Cooper Landing Fishing Guide, LLC shares a simple, easy to tie and very effective Trout Spey Streamer that requires very few fly tying materials, is easy and fun to tie and is very effective for fly fishing for trout. Watch this video to learn a great spey fly for trout!

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Martin Joergensen
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