ケバリ kebari

A gallery of some kebari I have tied with descriptions

Stiff hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: compound curved size 14 / Thread: grey sewing thread  / Hackle: green grizzled cock / Thorax: peacock herl rope / Body: grey sewing thread
Medium-soft hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: compound curved size 14 & 16 / Thread: Uni Big-fly Kevlar  / Hackle: cream & ginger hen / Body: from same feather as hackle

Stiff hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: compound curved size 14 / Thread: 6/0 black / Hackle: grizzle rooster / Body: sheep's fleece rope / Back: peacock herl
Stiff hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: compound curved size 12 / Thread: black sewing thread / Hackle: Herring Gull / Body: sheep's fleece rope
Stiff hackle jun kebari. Hook: various size heavy gauge  / Thread: 6/0 black / Hackle: grizzle rooster
Soft hackle sakasa kebari - tied in hand without vise or tools. Hook: compound curved size 14 / Thread: 6/0 black / Hackle & body: single hen feather 
Stiff hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: Shinobi size7.5 / Thread: 8/0 black / Hackle: grizzle rooster / Body: jute twine / Loop eye: No2 black silk bead cord
Soft hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: compound curved size 14 / Grey: 6/0 black / Hackle: grey hen
Stiff hackle sakasa kebari. Hook: compound curved size 14 / Thread: 6/0 black / Hackle: ginger rooster


































4 comments:

  1. Sorry David me again, but I couldn't just leave the page without commenting. Perfect! 👍
    You tie a very neat fly.

    David

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    1. Hello David, never apologise for dropping by! It's great to get your feedback & thank you for your kind words. Like many of us I tie all kinds of flies but I enjoy tying kebari the most and of course enjoy testing them out even more! Do you have a favourite confidence-boosting kebari pattern?

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    2. I have tied up a few to try but as yet not plucked up the courage to have a go. I mostly fish nymphs, soft hackles, spiders etc. However I am off to North Devon in two weeks so hoping to experiment with Sakasa kebari then. Here are a few waiting to be tested -
      https://www.flickr.com/photos/dsriley1/albums/72157677869537612

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    3. Very nice ties David, fish catchers for sure! Thank you for sharing.

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