Published Oct 17. 2021 - 1 month ago

Autumn Fly Variant

This is a pattern made for autumn fishing for sea trout. Was aiming to make a transparent and light fly and did that by using a grizzly tan feather from Ewing as palmer hackle and and tail from Ewing grizzly feathers aswell. Body made with ice dub Uv tan and peacock rib. Made a front hackle with a bit of red gold pheasant feathers and some spot prawn semi seal dubbing in front. A bit of orange thread in front and job done. Tested it already several times with great success. Tied on a Light Stinger from Ahrex size 6. Raidzap Superthin to secure thread.
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Tight lines, Christian Krogh.

Materials:
Hook: Light stinger from Ahrex size 6
Body: uv ice dub tan
Rib: Lagartun peacock rib
Tail: grizzly feathers for dry flies from Ewing
Palmer hackle: tan grizzly feathers from Ewing
Hackle: red gold pheasant
Thread: black and orange Veevus thread
Front dubbing: spot prawn semi seal dub
Raidzap Superthin

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