Materials Used; Tube, Black and Silver Glitter Tubing and Clear Inner Tubing Thread, Uni-8/0 Yellow and Black Tag, Silver Holographic Tinsel Tail, Dye Flo-Yellow Natural or Synthetic Fibre Rib. Oval Silver Tinsel Body, 1/3 Yellow Floss and 2/3 Black Dubbing and Rainbow Flash Body Hackle, Dyed Black Cock First Hackle, Soft Black Hen Under-Wing, Dyed Yellow, Red, Blue Rhea and Arctic Fox and Rainbow Flash Wing, Dyed Black Silver Fox Tail, Red, Gold and Blue Flash, Peacock Herl Eyes, Large Jungle Cock Front Hackle, Guinea Fowl Disc Silver
Dylan U: by the way... Beautiful fly! also.. do you have an email address ??
Dylan U: Ever come to America? ?
Russell Kendall: Beautiful modern pattern Davie. I'm excited to tie up several in different color combinations as you suggested. I know it will entince many Pacific Northwest steelhead to strike aggresively. Thanks so much for sharing such a magnificent fly.
Nick Walker: Hi Davy.
First of all thanks for another fantastic video, Just a quick question. Where will I find Rhea.
Outdoorsman 789: nice fly davie. I cant wait for the end of the week because my local fly tieing store ordered in a needle for tieing tube flys. I will buy it when it comes in. I probaly tielots of the tube flies from your videos. Thanks for all the vidos.
Zachary Rodewald: Great job Davie. I know that you have done a few classic flies. You have done a full feather wing and some small married wings. Would you be able to do a built wing fly for fishing? One of the very simple wings but something that would show how it was done. Keep up the great work. Thanks for all you do for the tying community.
Vadim Bulankin: Great fly, great tying. Thank you. All the best.
Sean Mooney: Another work of art from the vise of Davie! You never cease to amaze me. I have just started tying on tubes. I got the tubes from Pro but now I am beginning to believe I should have gone with future fly. Of course none of the parts are interchangeable so I guess I'll stay with pro for now. All the best to you and yours. God bless. Sean
George Semel: Not the first Jock Scott that I caught my first Atlantic Salmon on back in 1968! In so many ways we have it so so good! I like this tube version, I am fairly new to tubes and I will tie some this winter for Next years trip to Newfoundland! Davy you are by far the best tier on you tube if not the whole world of those living! Tube flies are a lot more popular here than they were in the past!
Mike Krall: I did enjoy it, Davie... thanks.
James Wade: outstanding fly Davie, the amount of movement that fly has got is unreal
Callum Ford: Another cracking fly Davie you've got a great knowledge of fly tying. All flies you tie help me with my tying. Cheers
Brian Weaver: very cool fly
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