Published Mar 18. 2023 - 7 hours ago
Updated or edited Mar 18. 2023

Trip Saver

Trip Saver Blog-Post & Recipe:

Trip Saver Ingredients List
Hook- 3769 Sz 10

Bead- Black Tungsten Bead 4/4.5 mm

Body- Harelines Dubbing

Rib- Flashabou Pearl Tinsel

Antenna & Tail - Hareline Fine Round Rubber Legs

Thread - Black 50 Nano Silk

Collar - Partridge Feather, Wapsi Midge Krystal Flash, Ice Dub UV Black

In this week’s episode of Tying Tuesdays, watch as Max ties the Trip Saver! This bug is super grabby, and the takes are explosive. This fly is super fun to tie because it's not a size 20, and it fills the box as an attractor that covers a large variety of aquatic bugs.

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Martin Joergensen

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