Published May 22. 2019 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited May 24. 2019

Tungsten Goldie

The Tungsten Goldie is a trout fly pattern from Umpqua Fly Manager Brian Schmidt. The fly is heavily weighted with a tungsten bead and some lead wire. It's a nice compact and stocky stone that will dive into deeper pockets to pick out the most reluctant trout. This heavy confidence fly is a great choice to use for your point fly.

Tungsten Goldie fly pattern recipe

Hook: Firehole 315 / Tiemco 2457 #8-16
Bead: Gold Tungsten
Weight: 0.020 non-lead wire
Thread: Brown (Rusty Brown) 70D 8/0
Tail/back: Ginger pheasant tail
Flash: Gold Flashabou (solid, holo, or speckled)
Ribbing: Gold Brassie wire
Abdomen/thorax: UV Yellow Ice Dubb
Legs: Ginger hen
Shellback: UV Resin (thin Solarez)

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