As we noted last week, applying dubbing can be a little tricky. But, as Tim Flagler showed us, there are ways to make it simpler.
Below, in his second installment video on the topic, Tim shows us how to take the dubbing noodle we’ve created and carefully move it closer to the hook shank for wrapping. And, perhaps more importantly, he shows us how to wrap a dubbing noodle so the fly’s body has a nice tapered look.
Finally, what do you when you have too much dubbing on your tying thread? Tim answers that one, too. Check it out.