Fly tying video: Glo-bug egg pattern

The glo-bug is an easy to tie, go-to egg pattern. Tie a bunch the next few weeks and stock up before the fall. This video demonstrates a simple fly that is effective for steelhead in the Pacific Northwest, year round.

Fall Flies Fishing Oregon

Hook: Gamakatsu C14S, size 4
Thread: 6/0 Uni Thread Fluorescent Orange
Body: McFly Foam

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6 Responses to Fly tying video: Glo-bug egg pattern

  1. Don Sward says:

    Thank you for the instruction.. It helped alot

  2. Mike Hefner says:

    I’m OK at tying nymphs and sucker spawn, but learning how to tie an egg has been a challenge (maybe it’s age?) until I watched your video… Thanks for making it clear and easy to understand!

  3. I would like to buy your glo bug materials

  4. Do you have any other fly tying materials? like elk hair,deer hair,hackles,and etc


  5. Phil says:

    Your well organized web site made it a pleasure to shop. Instructional videos added a nice dimension to the shopping experience.

  6. Pingback: Egg flies Help please - Fly Fishing Forums

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