Trout Spey Fly Patterns - A Simple Trout Intruder Fly

DAVE’S TROUT INTRUDER FLY

I’ve been playing around with small intruder fly patterns that are quick to tie, don’t take a ton of materials to tie, have easy materials for substitutes and most of all, work.

Using spey rods for swinging for trout is a fun and exciting way to fly fish for trout in Alaska and the world-over. Most traditional intruders for trout have thick, heavy materials that are hard to cast. Using lighter, more sparse materials. Dave’s Trout Intruder is a new twist on tying intruders for Alaska’s Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden.

Give the video a look and try this fly next time you go out swinging for trout! Thank you for taking the time to check it out!

MATERIALS FOR DAVE'S TROUT SPEY INTRUDER:

Hook Shank: Umpqua 25 mm Waddington Shank

Trailer Material: Senyo's Intruder Wire for Hooks Larger Than Size 6

Trailer Hook: Owner Mosquito Side Drifting Hook Size #4 (Barb Removed)

Thread: Uni 6/0 Black

Rear Bump Material: Wapsi Angora Goat Orange

Rear Hackle: Pheasant "Spey Hackle"

Rubber Legs: Wapsi Sili Legs Pumpkin Barred

Body: Hareline Ice Dub Olive Brown

Front Shoulder Hackle: Pheasant "Spey Hackle"

Front Main Station/Body: Pheasant "Marabou" or Small Marabou Brown

Head Cement: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails