Torrence’s Carp Caller Fly Tying Video

In this instructional fly tying video Tony Torrence demonstrates how to tie his Carp Caller carp fly. Using some of the latest materials available, this fly lands softly to its target due to the buggy dubbed head. After settling to the bottom, the fly moves tail up to seduce your quarry to grab. Equally deadly on Smallmouth Bass this is a fly to give a shot on your favorite Carp or Smallie waters.

Torrence's Carp Caller

Torrence’s Carp Caller—Natural (this one is in the video)

Thread: Veevus 10/0, Brown or Tan
Hook: TMC 2457 or Daichi 1120 sizes 6-10
Weight: Lead Wire 0.025 from point of hook to behind eyes
Tail: Caster’s Squirmito, Tan
Underbody: Hareline UV Ice Dub, Tan
Body: J’Son Realskins, Natural
Legs: Hareline Barred Crazy Legs, Yellow/Pearl Flake
Hackle: Grizzly Soft Hackle or Grizzly Soft Hackle Marabou patch, Tan
Head: Cohen’s Carp Dub, Blaze Orange

Torrence’s Carp Caller—Olive

Thread: Veevus 10/0, Olive or Brown
Hook: TMC 2457 or Daichi 1120 sizes 6-10
Weight: Lead Wire 0.025 from point of hook to behind eyes

Tail: Caster’s Squirmito, Light Olive
Underbody: Hareline UV Ice Dub, Caddis Green or Olive
Body: J’Son Realskins, Olive
Legs: Hareline Barred Crazy Legs, Olive/Green Flake
Hackle: Grizzly Soft Hackle or Grizzly Soft Hackle Marabou patch, Olive
Head: Cohen’s Carp Dub, Cray—Zee Olive

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2 Responses to Torrence’s Carp Caller Fly Tying Video

  1. Shane says:

    That squirmito material looks pretty interesting. Cant wait to try it for some Rockfish flies patterns. I think that could be very productive. :-)

  2. Jim Terborg says:

    Great tip on expelling glue from the hook eye. And the fly screams Davis Lake Bass

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