How to Tie a Crackleback

The Crackleback was authored by Ed Story of Feather-Craft back in 1952.  As videographer and tier Tim Flagler says,”It’s an incredibly versatile pattern that can be fished as either a wet or a dry fly, and can be tied over a wide range of sizes and colors.”  He shows the steps for tying this classic in this week’s featured video.

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