The Rag Egg is also tied loosely to the hook, like the Nuke Egg, and similar patterns are called the Eggstasy. More commonly used in two-egg flies, one Rag Egg is tied larger and brighter in color as an attractor. The 2nd Rag Egg is tied in a smaller, more realistic pattern. The two together are a killer combo.
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How To Tie The Rag Egg Fly
While there’s little to be found in the fly fishing world about how to specifically tie the Rag Egg, we like this comparable fly Eggstasy by Tim Cammisa:
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