Published Aug 28. 2017 - 3 years ago

Swung Fuzz

I give a step by step instruction on tying my Swung Fuzz - wiggle tail swing streamer. The fly features Hedron's Strung Fuzzy Fiber and is designed for species such as Brown Trout and Smallmouth Bass. I recommend fishing this fly on a 6 wt and up, running a streamer specific full floating line and long - 6/7ft - leader. The fly is designed to be swung down and across and stripped quickly back up the bank, fishes extremely well in dirty water situations.

My website: http://streamersbygunnar.com/
Strung Fuzzy Fiber: http://www.hedroninc.com/

Material List:
Wiggle Tail: Pacchiarini's Wiggle Tail - Small - Holo Silver
Shank: FlymenFishingCo 10mm Fishspine
Hook: Ahrex Predator Trailer Hook, #1
Wire: Senyo's Standard Intruder Tailer Hook Wire
Shank: FlymenFishingCo 25mm Salmon/Steelhead Shank
Body: EP 3" Foxy Brush, EP 3" Sparkle Brush
Wing: Barred Ostrich
Fins: Grizzly Hen Saddle
Head: Hedron's Strung Fuzzy Fiber
Wing: Peacock Herl
Eyes: Large Lead Eyes
Epoxy: Deer Creek Builder Resin

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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