Corey's Rusty Spinner

Our next fly tying tutorial is for Corey’s Rusty Spinner pattern – an interesting, quick, easy and durable fly that imitates a rusty spinner, tied using Hemingway’s realistic fly tying materials.

Ingredients:

Hemingway's Realistic Mayfly Wings

Hemingway’s Realistic Mayfly Wings

Hemingway's Synthetic Tapered Peacock Quill

Maruto dry fly hooks d31SSC

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Happy tying & tight lines!

About Boris

A fly fishing addict, the Founder and Managing Director of Frosty Fly. As part of research and development, occasionally tuned out somewhere by the river or by his vise.

1 Comment

  1. Gifford Hampton on July 4, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    With all the body materials, I cover with light coat of head cement to provide durability!

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