How To Tie The Double Yolk Foam Egg: Fly Tying Video

On comes the spawn and out come the fishers that are not afraid to throw egg patterns. One thing is certain, fish eat eggs! If you are having a tough day and need to get the tug on the line and a fish in the net. Give it a shot and you will not be disappointed. This pattern can be a little tricky to get down but with a little practice and repetition you will have a box full of juicy egg patterns in no time.

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Jigged CDC Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Recipe:
1) Hook – Firehole 315
2) Thread – GSP 100 Denier (Coming soon to AvidMax)
3) Egg Material – McflyFoam Tying Yarn
4) Glue – Zap A Gap CA+

Tools used to create this fly:
1) Vise – Griffin Montana Mongoose
2) Scissors – Dr. Slick Razors Scissors
3) Bobbin – Griffin Standard Bobbin Flared
4) Whip Finish – Dr. Slick Brass Whip Finish

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