Beauty and the Beast, Tying the Dyret

This pattern has proved itself now over many years and has become a must have pattern for most trout and grayling fishermen in Scandinavia.

  • Hook: Mustad R 30 # 10
  • Tying thread: Dyneema
  • Head & Tail: Natural roe deer hair
  • Hackle: Brown variant cock hackle
  • Body: Olive Superfine dubbing

2 thoughts on “Beauty and the Beast, Tying the Dyret

  1. dyret actually and specifically means “the animal” in danish….NOT THE BEAST

    On Tue, Nov 22, 2016 at 10:32 AM, thefeatherbender wrote:

    > barryoc posted: ” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VjZy-un5qs This > pattern has proved itself now over many years and has become a must have > pattern for most trout and grayling fishermen in Scandinavia. Please > remember to subscribe to the feather benders You Tube ” >