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Hatches Blog Post - Worm Fly – Holger Lachmann

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#1 SmallieHunter


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Posted 24 March 2016 - 08:39 PM

Every spring, the bristle worms (kind of a annelid) swarming in the Baltic Sea and the sea trouts are feeding like crazy on these worms and you really should have a worm pattern in your fly box, because you’ll never now, when the swarming will start. This worm pattern moves fantastic in the water and […]

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#2 Rocco


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Posted 25 March 2016 - 03:37 AM

Thanks for an interesting design concept.


I'm thinking about possibly applying it to bass fishing in the US as a castable replacement for the old reliable plastic worm.  Lose the barbed section of the rear hook, use a wider gaped front hook with a weed guard, and chuck it into/around  weed beds with a 10 wt....  Hmmm.



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Posted 25 March 2016 - 06:47 AM

just use rich's ultimate worm  its  very durable and weedless and   available at feathercraft and cabelas     rich mc