Published May 14. 2019 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited May 19. 2019

Hot Spot Stone

In this fly tying tutorial, we welcome guest tier Shawn Holsinger of Holsinger's Fly Shop (co-owner with his father Ron). Shawn shares a variation of his Hot Spot Stone, and stick around after the tying to learn more about tying the pattern, ways to fish, and a bit about Holsinger's Fly Shop.

Hook: Firehole 315; #12
Thread: UTC 140; fl. orange
Bead: 3.3mm tungsten; copper
Weight: .15 wire
Hot Spot: Thread coated w/ Solarez Bone Dry
Tail: Goose biots; brown/olive
Ribbing: UTC Ultra Wire XS; red
Flashback: Mylar tinsel (large); pearl
Body: Wapsi Stretch Tubing (medium); medium brown
Horns: Goose biots; orange
Thorax: SLF Pattern Blend; Red Squirrel Nymph-Thorax

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