Lite Brite Perdigon Fly Tying Tutorial

Lite Brite Perdigon Fly Tying Tutorial

The Lite Brite Perdigon shines like the children's toy many of us grew up playing with. Trout tend to like tiny and shiny things so it happens to meet their fancy a lot as well. In this video, I share how to tie the pink version of the pattern which is especially good during the colder months of the year. Other favorite color variations include peacock, black, uv blue, pearl, and rootbeer.

You can see the recipe and buy the materials for the fly below:

Hook: I use the Dohiku 302 SP and 644 a lot but the Soldarini 550 and Umpqua 400 are also good choices

Dohiku HDN 302 SP jig/nymph hook (20)

Dohiku HDG 644 scud/caddis pupa hook (20)

Umpqua XC 400BL-BN (18)

Soldarini S500 Jig Hook (18)

Bead: Slotted or inverting tungsten bead in copper or silver

Tactical Fly Fisher Slotted Tungsten Beads, 50 Pack (Gold, Silver, Copper, Black Nickel, and Unfinished Tungsten) (Copper, 2.3mm)

Tactical Fly Fisher Inverting Tungsten Beads 50 Pack (Gold, Silver, Copper, Black Nickel and Unfinished Tungsten) (2.5 mm, Silver)

Tail: Coq de Leon in corzuno or achoncado

Tactical Fly Fisher Coq de Leon (CDL) Imported From Spain (Light Corzuno)

Rear thread: 16/0 Veevus Pink

Veevus 16/0 Thread (Pink - 13)

Hot Spot Thread: 8/0 or 18/0 Fl. Pink Semperfli Classic Waxed 

Semperfli Classic Waxed Thread 8/0 (Fl. Pink)

Semperfli Classic Waxed Thread 18/0 (30 denier) (Fl. Pink)

Body: Hareline UV pink krystal flash

Hareline Krystal Flash (UV Pink 289)

Wingcase: Black Nail Polish

Black Nail Polish

Resin: Solarez Bone Dry

Solarez Bone Dry UV Cure Resin

Tools Used

Griffin Ceramic Supreme Bobbin

Griffin Supreme Ceramic Bobbin

Dr. Slick Stainless Steel Whip Finisher

Dr. Slick Whip Finisher

Tiemco Razor Scissors

Tiemco Razor Scissors

Power UV Curing Light

Tactical Fly Fisher Power UV Cure Light

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