Fly Tying Jawn

The family of Jawns. From left to right is the Lil Jawn, Standard Jawn, and Big Jawn.

Fly Tying Jawn

The slotted feature of The Jawn allows you to tie with any size jig hook or bent shank, as shown above.

Fly Tying Jawn

The knurls inside both flares of The Jawn allow you to grip fibers once you push them backwards. This allows for precise placement of fibers such as with this split color minnow imitation.

Fly Tying Jawn

Several musky and striper sized streamers tied with The Standard Jawn.

Musky Lure

Bucktail is tied onto the hook shank facing forward towards the eye.

Fly Tying Jawn

The Big Jawn is then removed and tied in place backwards, providing bulk and increasing durability.

Musky Fly

The material is then pushed backwards using the Big Jawn, evenly distributing the fibers while keeping your fingers clear of hook points.

Musky Lure

The completed tie, in this case a revamped Mepps Magnum Musky Killer!

Smallmouth Streamer

Smallmouth and trout sized flies tied using reverse tying techniques.

Fly Tying Jawn
Fly Tying Jawn

Jawns work great for any material, not just bucktail. Here, Steve Farrar SF Blend is used to create a Mega Game Changer. The Lil Jawn (Left) is used on the smaller tail sections while The Standard Jawn (Right) is ideal for the main hook.

Fly Tying Jawn

The end result - an incredibly light, durable MGC! Made possible by reverse tying SF fibers with The Jawn.

Fly Tying Jawn
The Jawn

Jake Villwock from Relentless Fly Fishing showing The Jawn's versatility with material by tying a mallard game changer.

Smallmouth Bass

The smallmouth approve!

Fantastic video from Mad River Outfitters showcasing The Jawn and it's uses.