Published Mar 15. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 21. 2018

Wiggling Junkyard Dog

In this episode of Tie TV, Daniel Bergman ties a version of the well-proven articulated streamer "Junkyard Dog", originally designed by Mike Schmidt. This nice version has proven to be a true fish magnet during the summer of 2015. See proof of its greatness in the Fly TV episode "Brown Trout Fishing with big Streamers".

Tie description (material list):

Rear hook: Partridge Attitude Streamer Size 1
Loop for tail: Partridge Predator Wire 20 lb & 1 Articulation Bead
Tail: Wiggle Tail Size M in black
Body: Long Hair Holographic Chenille Black/Red
Wing: Black Artic Fox
“Hackle”: Black Strung Marabou
Connection: Partridge Predator Wire 20 lb & 1 Articulation Bead
Front Hook: Partridge Attitude Extra Size 2/0
Rear wing: Black Artic Fox
Rear “Hackle”: Black Strung Marabo
Body: Long Hair Holographic Chenille Black/Red
Front Wing: Black Artic Fox
Front “Hackle”: Black Marabou Strung
Head: Senyo’s Laser Dub Black
Eyes: 9mm White/Orange Epoxy eyes

Music: "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod (www.incomptech.com)

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