Undertaker Steelhead Fly Tying Video Instructional

The Undertaker originated as an Atlantic Salmon fly pattern and is now equally popular amongst steelhead anglers. It’s a great pattern to use on a floating line or clear sink tip on the Deschutes River in Summer and Fall. Tony demonstrates how to tie this great looking fly in the video above. Try it on your closest Steelhead water!



Hook: TMC 7999 Sizes 1-8, or your favorite Steelhead wet fly hook
Thread: Veevus 10/0, White and Black
Tip: Silver Mylar Tinsel
Tag: Chartreuse and Fl. Red Danville Floss
Rib: Veevus Fine Oval Gold Tinsel
Body: Peacock Herl
Hackle: Black, Hen Neck or Chinese Strung Saddle Hackle
Wing: Black, Bear or Calftail or Arctic Fox Tail

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1 Response to Undertaker Steelhead Fly Tying Video Instructional

  1. two dogs says:

    Nice tie.

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