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Egan’s Red Dart

Hook: Barbless jig hook (here a Lighting Strike JF2), size 14.
Bead: Gold slotted tungsten bead, 7/64″.
Weight: Lead-free round wire, .020.
Adhesive #1: Superglue or Fly Tyer’s Z-Ment.
Thread: Red, 8/0 or 70-denier.
Tails: Red saddle-hackle fibers.
Rib: Pearl Sulky Holoshimmer Metallic Thread.
Body: Peacock herl.
Collar 1: Brown saddle hackle.
Collar 2: Pink Ice dub.
Adhesive #2: Head cement or Sally Hansen Hard-As-Nails.
Tools:  Plunger-style hackle pliers, bodkin.

Montage étape par étape.

Exemple avec hot spot montage sur hameçon jig. Intéressant.
Voir le montage du herl de paon consolidé par la soie de montage, la préparation du hackle et l’outil à hackle. Noter qu'un étau Norvise facilite le montage consolidé du herl de paon et offre également d'autres facilités toujours basées sur sa fonction principale de rotation.

Noter qu’il se sert d’une pince à hackle pour tenir l’hameçon et placer la bille jusqu’à la mise dans l’étau.

Notes de l'auteur de l'article:

Lance Egan is a well-known competition angler and fly tier from Utah. His well-known patterns include the Frenchie, the Rainbow Warrior, and the Red Dart featured here. You might notice that all of these patterns are designed to sink quickly into a trout’s strike zone, which Lance feels is an important feature. Since he is a three-time national fly-fishing champion and a bronze medalist at the world championships, we oughta take his word for it.In this week’s, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions shows you how to tie a durable Red Dart with the proper weight and proportions. As with any herl-body fly, you need to reinforce the material with ribbing to keep the herl from unraveling after a few fish. And the way Tim prepares the hackle to make the collar is ingenious.
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