How To Tie The Bivisiable: Fly Tying Video

From the educated Edward Ringwood Hewitt comes the Bivisiable. A pattern that is named for its function, as it is meant to be seen just as well by the fish as it is by the fisher. The darker of the two colors should show better to the fish’s eye while the lighter color creates nice contrast during a drift so it can be seen by you, the fly fisher. Being an attractor pattern this fly can be used to move fish that may be eating a variety of insects off the surface. It is a great trailing fly when fishing a larger dry in a two fly setup.

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Bivisiable Ingredients List / Recipe:
Hook – Tiemco TMC 102 Y
Thread – Veevus 16/0 Black
Hackles – Hareline High and Dry Saddles Brown and White Dyed Light Dun

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

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