THE GREENLY – PROPELLERFLY WITH THE RING

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THE GREENLYPROPELLERFLY WITH THE RING

The Greenly is a fly that is deadly when the forest mirrors in the water. The yellow propellerfly´s ring gives the fly depth and a great effect in the water, and it´s a fly with a lot of live in the water. See the step by step and under is the fly tying pattern.

First tying the fix-tube on the medium Propellerfly tube.
The tail is made with a green guinea feather, only 2-3 wraps around the tube
First make a green dubbing ball and then place the two yellow propellerfly rings , as on the picture. Then you take a chartreuse/green hen feather and only 2 wraps around the tube
The first wing is with light brun raccoon, in a slim profil.
First you tying 2 strans of orange midge flash and then the green highlander raccoon also in a slim way.
The Greenly fly is finish and ready for a fishing trip

 

The Fly tying pattern:

  • Tube: Green Prollerfly medium tube and a green fix-tube.
  • Tail: Green guinea feather
  • Body 1: Green dubbing
  • Body 2: Two Propellerfly yellow rings
  • Hackle: Green hen feather
  • Wing 1 : Light brown raccoon
  • Flash: Orange midge flash
  • Wing 2 : Green Highlander raccoon
  • Head: Black veevus 14/0

THE GREENLY – PROPELLERFLY WITH THE RING

 

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