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/ angel hair / Arctic Fox / Flash / Foam / Ice Dub / rubber legs /

Trout Gurglr

 
tied by bigtrout.se
Fly Type: Poppers/Sliders,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: General Europe,
Imitation: Hoppers/Crickets,
Material List:
Hook: Kamasan B-170, size 2-6
Tail: Arctic fox tail
Flash: Angel hair, Crystal flash or your choice
Body: Ice dub
Back: Fly tying foam
Hackle: Metz soft hackle or equal
Head: Fly tying foam
Legs: Rubber legs, round

Tying Instructions: To make it easy - first tie in the rubber legs, then the hackle in front of the legs (as on the purple fly).
To make it good looking - tie in the rubber legs and wind the hackle between the legs (like the black bullet head).
Presentation Tips: Strip it on the tail water. Keep your rod in a firm grip!


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