A while back, Stuart Foxall presented us with step by step tying instructions for Charles St. Pierre’s Hoh Bo Spey – An absolute deadly pattern for steelhead and salmon. Today, Stu’s back again with another great step by step on how to tie the Hoh Bo Spey – This time, on a tube!
Hoh Bo Spey Tube – Tying Instructions
If there’s one fly that a Pacific Northwest Spey angler should have in his/her box it’s Charles St. Pierre’s “Hoh Bo Spey.” We’ve done a step by step on the Hoh Bo Spey before, tied on a shank, but there is still a tendency for fish to take the fly deeply which is something that we should aim to prevent. For that reason alone, it is a great fly to tie on tubes. There’s another added bonus to tying it on a tube as well which we’ll explain more about below. Here’s how to tie it.