Published Feb 24. 2023 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Feb 26. 2023

White & Chartreuse Bunny

Pike musky bass trout predator fly tying tutorial.
Tying SBS and underwater swimming action on one of the world’s most effective streamer flies - and one of the easiest to tie. Whether you are a new fly tyer or an experienced dude, who just likes spending more time on the water than behind the vise - The Bunny Fly is a great choice for you.
The backside is, that this fly holds on to a lot of water while casting, enough actually, to change your casting weight (fly line, leader and fly) a full AFTM class.
Usually that is not a big problem with versatile streamer rods, and the benefits easily outweigh the disadvantage. So it’s no deal breaker in my opinion.
Sometimes less is more, and this basic version only uses a hook, some tying thread and a rabbit strip. No flash, no eyes and no rubber legs. I tie other much more elaborate versions, with all those add-ons, but the basic Bunny is equally effective in many situations.
Tie a bunch while you’re at it. Being a 2-minute tie, they pile up pretty fast. Try different colors. Every minute at the vise is well spent and will give you the upper hand on the water.

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Cheers, Ulla and Michael

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