How To Tie The Peacock Humpy: Fly Tying Instructional Video

The Peacock Humpy

The Humpy, most commonly tied in the Yellow Humpy variation is seemingly a less popular fly in modern days. For me, this is a pattern that should be in every angler’s summer dry box. Not only does it float high, even in the most turbulent water but it keeps its buoyancy fish after fish! Tying these bad boys does take some practice. Watching the elegant dry fly slurps from hungry trout makes it all worth it.

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The Peacock Humpy Ingredients List / Recipe:

Hook – Tiemco TMC 100SPBL
Thread – UTC 70 Denier Tan
Tail – Hareline Moose Body Hair
Underbody – Hareline Peackock Herl
Backing and Split Wing – Bleached Elk Hair
Hackle – Whiting Farms High and Dry – White Dyed Brown and Grizzly

Tools used to create this fly:
Vise – Griffin Montana Mongoose
Scissors – Dr. Slick Razor Scissors
Bobbin – Griffin Ceramic Flared
Whip Finish – Dr. Slick Brass Whip Finish

Please let us know if you have any questions or feel free to drop a line in the comments.  We would love to hear what you think about this pattern!

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How To Tie The Peacock Humpy: Fly Tying Instructional Video

 

2 thoughts on “How To Tie The Peacock Humpy: Fly Tying Instructional Video

    1. Hey Freddy,

      Sorry for the anticipation! The video is ready now for your viewing pleasure. Thanks for letting us know and staying up on our videos!

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