How to Tie the Autumn Splendor Fly: Video

If it’s streamer season you better think about throwing this fly! It was created by Tim Heng who was a long time Colorado fly fishing guide and tyer. The Autumn Splendor is a beefed up wooly bugger with action that can’t be beat. The Marabou tail along with some flash and movement provided by the rubber legs is a great fly to pull large fish out of deep holes or any other location. You can fish it as a stand-alone streamer or on both ends of a tandem streamer rig. Whether you like it chasing a smaller wooly bugger or in front of a larger articulated fly it will bring great success!

Now let’s see what you can do. #avidmaxflytyers

Autumn Splendor Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook – TMC 5263
Thread – Uni Waxed Thread – 6/0 Camel
Tail – Hareline Wooly Bugger Marabou Feathers – Brown and Yellow
Body – Hareline Cactus Chenille – Medium Root Beer
Hackle – Keough Dry Fly Grizzly Half Saddles Grade #1 – Grizzly Ginger
Legs – Hareline Grizzly Medium Barred Rubber Legs – Yellow
Head – Hareline Brass Cone Heads – Copper

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