Rogue Agent Fly Tying Video

Matt Powell demonstrates how to tie a proven Rogue River swing or nymph style prince nymph variant. We love this style of fly from late August to November on the Rogue River for both adult and “half pounder” steelhead. Adapt this to your favorite trout stream by changing the thorax dub color and hook size.

Check out the new color of Plummeting Tungsten beads on this fly and the entire new selection of mottled tungsten beads here: Plummeting Tungsten Beads.

Rogue Agent pic

Rogue Agent

Thread: Danville 140D, Fl. Red (Hot Pink)
Hook: TMC 3761 or Daiichi 1560, sizes 6-10
Bead: Hareline Plummeting Tungsten, Black Ruby
Tail: Goose Biots, Prince Nymph Brown
Body: Dyed Peacock Herl, Red
Rib: Uni Medium Oval Tinsel, Gold or Silver
Hackle: Brown India Hen back
Wing: Goose Biots, White
Thorax: Hareline Ice Dub, UV Red or Purple; Yellow; UV pink
Legs: Life Flex, Copper

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