Published Sep 5. 2021 - 3 months ago

Triple F

Terrestial-patterns and big foam flies can be super-effective for chasing trouts at the coast-line around scandinavia here in the beginning of autumn. Sometimes the trout willl show themselves even at day-time, and the fun fishing with big skating foamflies starts. In this video Ahrex's Dr. Hook or Søren Flarup will be tying a Foam Fly - without a vise at the shore of one of his favorite spots for chasing foam-fly eating sea run browns.

Materials Used:

Hook: NS 122 #4
Underbody: Flashabou dubbing, purple
Body: Foam beetle body, black/orange
Wing: Crystal flash W. Antron yarn, fluo. yellow
Legs: Barred round rubberlegs, black/orange size M

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Martin Joergensen
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