How To Tie The Dolly Llama: Fly Tying Video

One of the most famous and versatile streamers tied for hunting big trout and salmon. The Dolly Llama is the go to fly in Alaska. With an unlimited number of color combinations you can size this fly up or down for the water you are fishing. The big heavy conehead in the front allows for this fly to get down to fish and the articulation mixed with the flowing rabbit gives it a ton of action and movement in the water. This pattern is sure to put a heavy bend in your rod especially when fished on the swing. Go darker colors for trout and lighter brighter colors for salmon.

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Dolly Llama Ingredients List / Recipe:
Hook – Firehole 413 & Firehole 811
Thread – Veevus 6/0 Black
Body – Hareline Rabbit Strips Black/White
Trailer – SA 20lb Dacron Backing (White)
Flash – Pearl Flashabou
Head – Hareline Tungsten Cone Head (Large)

Tools used to create this fly:
Vise – Griffin Montana Mongoose
Scissors – Rising Stellar Scissors
Bobbin – Loon Ergo Bobbin
Whip Finish – Dr. Slick Brass Whip Finish

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Please let us know if you have any questions or feel free to drop a line in the comments.  This is Max’s first recorded tie with us so let him know what you think and what you learned!

Learn how to tie The Dolly Llama with video fly tying instructions

Learn how to tie The Dolly Llama with video fly tying instructionsLearn how to tie The Dolly Llama with video fly tying instructions

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