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Video: How to Tie a Bully Bluegill Spider

Posted on June 26 2016

The Bully Bluegill Spider, tied by videographer Tim Flagler, is the subject of this week’s featured fly tying video.  Says Flagler: “On a nice, light flyrod, bluegill can be a ton of fun and this fly all but ensures you’re going to catch a bunch. I like to hang it a foot or two off the back of a floaty fly, like a Chernobyl Ant, and after I cast, allow it to sink toward the bottom. The ant will telegraph even the slightest of takes allowing you to set the hook and attach yourself to 5 or so inches of tail-walking, gill plate-rattling fury.”

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