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Fire Tiger Clouser

Fire Tiger Clouser

A fantastic tigerfish fly.


Hook 1/0 SS
Thread Red Or Clear 3/0
Tail 4 strands of Burnt Orange Crystal Flash
Body Red Floss
Wing Yellow Chartreuse and Dark Buck tail
Eyes Dumbbell Eyes

Tying Instructions

1) Tie in the Dumbbell eyes behind the eye leaving room for the head.

2) Tie in 4 strands of crystal flash for the tail above the hook barb.

3) Dress the hook shank with a few layers of red floss and paint on a few layers of Sally Hanson’s.

4) When this has dried. Reverse the hook in the jaws and tie in a small bunch of yellow buck tail in front of the eyes. At this point a few strands of flash can be added.

5) Tie in a small bunch of Chartreuse buck tail on top of the Yellow and an even smaller bunch of a dark coloured buck tail to complete the wing.

6) Finish off the head with red or chartreuse thread and apply your favourite head cement.

Tiger Bugger

Tiger Bugger

This fly imitates a small bait fish (including juvenile tigers), and is viciously attacked by the larger tiger fish due to the territorial and aggressive nature of the tiger fish, especially in rapids.


Hook Kamasan (Deep Water Salmon) #2 or Mustad SS 34011 #4
Thread Black 3/0
Tail Marabou (white, orange, red); Crystal Flash (silver, pearl)
Body Mylar tubing / minnow body (pearl, silver); saddle hackle (white)
Eyes Nymph bead

Tying Instructions

1. Position nymph bead on hook against hook eye.

2. Dress hook with thread and position over barb of hook.

3. Tie in the tail (1/3 length of hook).

4. Build up body to suit minnow tubing diameter, starting at the base of the tail and ending at the nymph bead head.

5. Slip minnow body / mylar tubing over cylindrical body and tie behind head and at the base of the tail.

6. Tie in saddle hackle at base of tail and palmer wind forward and tie off behind bead head.

7. Super glue base of tail and behind bead head.