Jay’s Trout Tube Streamer (w/ Pine Squirrel) Fly Tying Video

In this video, Jay ties us a Trout Tube Streamer using Pine Squirrel and a Sommerlatte’s Foxy Brush. This is a fun fly that is easy to cast and won’t hold a lot of water. But it will also get down to the right depth because of the drop weight. This fly works great in running water and although Jay hasn’t tried yet he thinks this might fish well in still water as well.


Jay’s Trout Tube Streamer (w/ Pine Squirrel)

Tube: Nanotube Sink
Guide: Pro Hook Guide Medium
Pro Drop Weight Sm Black
Thread: 10/0 Veevus Black
Cement: Loc-Tite Brush on
Polar Chenille Medium UV Copper
Ice Wing Gold
Micro Pine Squirrel (Crawdad Orange)
Sommerlatte’s Foxy Brush Root Beer/Orange
Cone X-sm Black/Red
Hook: Size 2 or 4 depending on fish size!

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1 Response to Jay’s Trout Tube Streamer (w/ Pine Squirrel) Fly Tying Video

  1. Jim Terborg says:

    Similar to the Slumpbuster. The tube and trailing hook solve a problem seen in the Slumpbuster where fish hit the tail but not the hook. Definitely worth a try. Maybe use a 5 foot sink tip to keep the fly down

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