How To Tie The Snozzberry Carp Fly

Can I take full credit for inventing the Snozzberry? Not really. The premise has definitely been around. But when I searched for a similar fly that had been given a name other than "berry," nothing came up. So I will take some credit for giving a moniker to an otherwise nameless little fruit imitator. If you flyfish for carp and don't want to drop money on spun deer hair berries, or, like me, you're not very good at spinning deer hair, you can make about 100 Snozzberries for the price of one dyed bucktail and whip out a dozen in the time it'd take to spin one deer hair version. Check out the video for tying instructions and to see the Snozz in action.