How to tie a glo bug yarnie for drift, bobber or fly….

Posted: January 12, 2012 by Hellcat in Fish Reports, Fly Fishing, Gear Fishing, Salmon, Trout & Steelhead, Salmon, Trout & Steelhead, Tips & Advice, Tutorials
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You might know him from this website by his AAA given name: Ghost Face Killer. Or you might know him by his legal name: Mark Murray. Whether you call him Ghost or Murr….he is one of the fishiest and closest friends I have. I met Mark and his partner in crime, Chris Del Carlo on a river round the turn of the Cent. We’ve been stomping river banks ever since. They’re predominantly fly anglers but they do it all when they need to. I’m proud to call them Legacy TeamSalmon which signifies longevity. Ghost Face Killer sat down with his father, who runs FCPX on his MAC, while visiting them for the Holidays and was kind enough to think about sharing some of his game with All Around This tutorial is Boss. That’s right. I called it Boss. So is the background music. MF Grimm. After all, this is Mark Murray we’re talking about. He is known for his deadly egg patterns which he fondly refers to as Huevos. Rancheros even, in this case. You’ll want to watch this one. Especially if you drift or bobber fish. These are dynamite. Oh and what’s classic: His quote for all of you viewers out there about this video…

“Warning: This tutorial is not for the fly fishing purist. This is for you dirty, high sticking, yarn ball anglers getting after it…” Mark Murray aka GFK


  1. daheller says:

    Killer fly. I bet it would work well under a float as well as fished on fly gear. It looks like I will need to add to my fly tying arsenal for dubbing to make this killer. Sal

  2. Hellcat says:

    Agreed. I would like to drift fish it with a split shot on a spinning rod.

  3. Nicely done Mark!
    “DEVASTATING”………I love it!!

  4. big burge says:

    Nice work big Murr. Good to see him up on here.

  5. The Hustler says:

    Very nicely done, GFK. Certainly a good skill to have, and the Huevos look tasty. I would like to drift one of those bad boys.

  6. Big Tone says:

    Mark you are just plane sick.
    You made that look so easy.
    I remember watching you tie up a bunch of Bead heads the first night I met you.
    This guy was quick & smooth as butter.
    How the Hell is Ronnie anyways???
    You out there Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ?????????

  7. Nookslayer says:

    I will be adding this to the huevos box… Nice to finally get the recipe!

  8. GFK says:

    Gentleman; you guys know how I roll. This bug has been the go-to ever since I started looking for steelhead in the Northwest. It is very easy and I must have tied hundreds off them over the years. If your lucky you will find them in trees, bushes and under rocks all over our local rivers. I do need to give kudo’s to my father for his production work. I was simply the talent. See you out there…

  9. Hellcat says:

    “I do need to give kudo’s to my father for his production work. I was simply the talent”

    Too classic.

  10. The Phantom says:

    that would be absolutely deadly… i need a vice!!! lol

    Thanx for that tutorial and thanx Hellcat for the sick content u keep bringin…

  11. Hellcat says:

    I really needed to hear that today, Kris. Thank you.

  12. Jim Reed says:

    Sick Tip Mark!! Thanks for sharing H3LLCAT!! You make us all better fisheman with these tips.

  13. Derek Reed says:

    I’ll need to add this one to my arsenal. Great share Chris.

  14. Les Baxter says:

    That is probably the quickest sickest fly I’ve seen. . It was quick and packed full of info. I’m thankful for you guys to share with the triple A community. Vises come as cheap as 10 – 20 $ all the way up to 400+ I recommend a 20-30 $ one to see if you like it. . I’ve graduated to a 100 $ one that rotates. Makes spinning fur/stuff around the shaft easier. Keep the sick ideas and helpful tips coming. . Team salmon beat down

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