Silvey's Flyfishing

Silvey's Flyfishing

Saturday, January 9, 2010


There has been several people that have emailed me lately to show how I tie and rig a Tandem Tube Fly.
If you have never seen this fly before here is a quick explanation on why its such a great fly.
First as you will see it is fairly fast and easy to tie
The key to it is the 2 different tubes, the front tube is small and stops on the Mono knot and the rear tube is large and slides over the knot.
So you get a great Articulated fly that is very easy to cast and tie.
With all the varieties of colors of Rabbit, Marabou, Hackle and Cones the combinations are endless.
Front tube: Froden Extra Small tubbing
Black Rabbit
Rainbow Flashabou
Kingfisher Blue Schapplen
The cone is regular cone not a tube cone
Rear Tube: Froden Large tubbing


Jason Hartwick said...

Great video! We should get the guys at Idylwilde to post it on the facebook/blog page. I have been using your tandem tubes down here on the Eel system with great success the last couple of years. Keep up the good work.

Marty Sheppard said...

not bad for your first time but black and blue wont catch any fish..

Chris said...

You are a renaissance man Brian. Videographer, guide, tier. Good work. I thought Marty came up with this idea?

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