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Chartreaus & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly
The “Slime Bag” Chronie

A very cool and versatile  Chironomid Pupa pattern shared with us by Scott Anderson! This Anti Static Bag chironomid fly is an absolute killer when the green phase chronies are coming off! đŸ˜‰

Here’s how to tie it!

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid | Tying Materials:

  • Hook: Mustad Signature C49S (or whatever other chronie hook floats your boat)
  • Bead: White Metal
  • Thread: Chartreaus 6/0
  • Overbody: Strip of Anti Static Bag
  • Rib: Small Red Wire
  • Thorax: Peacock Herl

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid | Tying Instructions:

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly Pattern

… apply bead & tie in bag & wire.

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly Pattern

… taper thread forward.

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly Pattern

… wind bag forward & tie off.

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly Pattern

… wind rib forward, tie off & apply herl collar.

Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly Pattern

… krazy glue & you’re done!

And there you have it folks the Anti Static Bag Chartreuse & Red ASB Chironomid Pupa Fly Pattern ! Just tie some up and head for the water! When the chironies are coming off you can’t go wrong with this guy!


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