This is my variant of one of the best salmon flies in recent years. It is, without doubt my most productive fly for salt water sea trout fishing. There is something about this pattern that sea trout just can’t resist.
On many occasions when there are sea trout feeding or on the move, and they just follow the fly and won’t take, this small fly works most of the time. Fished on a long fine leader and floating line just under the surface with a very slow figure of eight retrieve, the takes are savage and powerful, driving the tiny hook home immediately. Many fishermen are skeptical to fishing such small patterns, but if you give this one a try, I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
Hook: Mustad 60329NBLN # 10 Carp Power
Feelers: 4 Stripped cock hackles
Beard: Deer hair summer coat
Body: Moose hair coated with Bug Bond and coloured with waterproof felt pen
April 9, 2013 | Categories: Fly Fishing, Fly Photography, Fly Tying, Sjøørret fluer, Step by Step | Tags: Deer hair, Fly Fishing, Fly Tying, moose mane, salt water, sea trout flies, sjøørret, sjøørret fluer, small flies, steg for steg, Step by Step, stripped hackles | 5 Comments