Tying with the Uni-Bobber — Foam Hi-Vis October Caddis

In this new fly tying video, Barrett shows you how to tie with the newest gear from Hareline Dubbin, the UniBobber. Bottom line — if you fish the Thingamabobber, you’ll love the UniBobber. High-visibility, non-stop floatation, built right into the fly.

Fly Tying Unibobbers are sure to keep your fly floating. We have used them as parachute posts with great success. Imagine the hangdown patterns, cripples and emergers one could create. The entire fly hanging subsurface but you’re able to fish the Unibobber as a dry, dead drift. The possibilities of this product are endless.

The Unibobber will also work as a micro-Thingamabobber for small waters and spring creeks.

They are 1/4″ in diameter and come 6 per pack


Foam UniBobber October Caddis
Hook: Size 6 TMC 5212
Thread: 6/0 Tan Uni Thread
Body: Orange 2mm foam
Wing: Cow Elk
Legs: Life-flex spandex
Thorax: Orange Ice Dub
Float: Uni Bobber
Hackle: Large Brown or grizzly

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5 Responses to Tying with the Uni-Bobber — Foam Hi-Vis October Caddis

  1. I will have to get my hands on some of those next time I swing by. They would work great with the orange super float stimulator I have in mind. Thanks for the great tying videos.

  2. two dogs says:

    Looks real pretty. My feeling is that when you put a pretty plastic thing on a fly……you have TACKLE. I am building some little tiny crab pots though…… hmmm.

  3. David Jensen says:

    I think my first try at a comment got censored. To tone it down, I agree with two dogs’ post. Might as well put a gob of roe suspend beneath a bobber on a fly rod and call it fly fishing.

  4. I love the look of this fly. I will have to try this out.

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