Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear

What would a fly tying web page be like without a hare’s ear video? Well here it is, one of the best fly patterns ever made. It is not too complicated, and catches fish like crazy. This is definitely a fly that every fly tyer and fly fisher should be familiar with. Here we demonstrate a standard hare’s ear tied on a curved hook with a partridge tail instead of fibers from a hare’s mask. You can add legs, flash, or alter it however you can imagine to get other useful variations. One example of an awesome hare’s ear variation is the Two-toned Surveyor, which also catches it’s fair share of fish. Please contact us if you have any questions on the hare’s ear video, or any of our other fly tying videos.

Recipe:
Hook: Dai-Riki 135 (Scud Hook) size 10-18
Bead: Gold, brass or tungsten for weight
Thread: Camel 8/0
Tail: Partridge fibers
Rib: Gold Tinsel
Abdomen: Tan hare’s ear dubbing
Wing Case; Turkey Quill
Thorax: Tan hare’s ear dubbing
 

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