How To Tie The Trico Spinner: Fly Tying Video

With July and August come the Trico hatches triggering the slow repetitive subtle rises from trout. It may seem as though they are rising to nothing but they can see these tiny insects perfectly. Because of the tiny size this can be a tough fly to fish. Try fishing it behind a small indicator like the Palsa Pinch On or trailing another larger dry like the Goddard Caddis we featured last week.

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Trico Spinner Recipe:
1) Hook – TMC 101
2) Thread – 16/0 Veevus Black
3) Tail – MFC Micro Barred Fibbetts
4) Body – Super Fine Dubbing Black
5) Wings – Sparkle Emerger Yarn Clear White

Tools used to create this fly:
Vise – Griffin Montana Mongoose
Scissors – Rising Stellar Scissors 2.0
Bobbin – Umpqua Dream Stream Ceramic
Whip Finish – Tiemco Dual Whip Finish Midge

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Learn how to the the Trico Spinner - Video tutorial

 

 

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