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How to Tie the Last Walt’s

Posted on May 07 2017

The Last Walt’s is a fly that can imitate just about anything, from a caddis larva, to scuds, sow bugs, cranefly larvae, even mayfly nymphs. “When the fly gets wet,” says tier Tim Flagler, “the bright thread wraps become even more visible beneath the fur, giving the fly a unique and natural look.”  Watch him demonstrate how to tie this versatile pattern.

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