Tony’s Temple Tube Fly Tying Video

In this video Tony Torrence demonstrates how to tie his version of a Temple Dog style fly on a tube. By inserting a small HMH Tube into a medium Eumer plastic tube the tier has a built in junction tube to slide the hook into. In addition having the small tube inside the medium tube allows for normal thread pressure without compressing the tube. Tony uses the HMH Tube Fly Vise Attachment to hold everything in place.

The Temple Tube fishes well swung down and across on a floating or sinking tip. Depending on your water depth, clarity and speed one could use a weighted tube or add barbell eyes to the fly or leave it light as in this video.–CD

Torrence Ice Wing Dog

Tony’s Temple Tube

Tubes: Small HMH Plastic Tube and Med Eumer Clear
Thread: Black Danville 6/0
Tag: Oval Silver Lagartun
Rib: Oval Silver Lagartun
Body: Rear 1/3 Lagartun Mini Flat Braid Purple
Front 2/3 UV Ice Dub Black
Hackle: Purple Saddle Hackle
Underwing: Purple Finnish Racoon or Artic Fox
Ice Wing UV Purple
Silver Holographic Angel Hair
Colar: Black Saddle Hackle
Wing: Black Finnish Raccoon
Black Ice Wing

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2 Responses to Tony’s Temple Tube Fly Tying Video

  1. Jay Nicholas says:

    Sweet.

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