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Whats the easiest fly to tie for a beginner tier?

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  • Rob_2
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    FOAM BEETLE! I know that Wooly Bugger is probably the easiest, but most beginners to fly fishing have trouble casting a heavy fly at first.

    If you want them to catch a fish on a fly they tie... have them tie a beetle.

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  • Solitario Lupo
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    A wooly bugger a second would be just a basic nymph.

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  • Andrew Qualls
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    Wooly Bugger, Black Nat, or a Bumble Bee especially.

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  • sparky9769
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    Wooly Bugger definitely...quick, fun, easy and teaches pretty much everything ya need to tie a number of different flies.

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  • sod0494
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    Wooly bugger, or just a bug that you made up, also making bass bugs out of wine corks is easy and fun.

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  • Woods Walker
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    I also vote for the wooly bugger as the easiest to tie (though the San Juan Worm is right there as well but the need to singe taper the ends puts it in second place in my book) and it doesnt need a lot of fancy materials. I would do it in black gray or brown depending on the predominant color of your local leach population.
    And they are right - fly tying is expensive - don't take my word for it - ask my wife! ;>)

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  • Dangle
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    Having said that I take your approach, and learn to tie flies that do teach you things like proportion, and tying in the tail properly, at the precise spot, then a body, maybe how to palmer a hackle over it with the right sized hackle, then whatever is up front, and to finish off without crowding the head. The guy didn't infer any of that, and I took him at face value, and just "an easy fly" to tie approach. So we both do get it.

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  • Dangle
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    The guy asked about EASY to tie fly. No fly tying class starts a new tier out tying a dry fly because of winging. Good proportions are harder to achieve besides securing in the wing, And the standard ADAMS, the old catskill hackle tip flies are kinda obsolete anymore. Too fragil, and it is hard to set the tips in properly. And some do take your view that a salmon egg, or any fish egg artificial is not a fly, but a rather foolish approach to take. Fish food produced in the river, like the flesh flies we tie, or how about the San Juan worm that is easy to tie, that many say isn't a fly. We have aquatic worms,but we can produce a lot of unique flies that are not bug replicas that we can cast, and catch fish. No need for such narrow interpretations.

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