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Bronze Flash Larva

tied by horseshoe
Fly Type: Terrestrials & Midges,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Eastern Canada,
Material List:
Hook- size 16 xs strong Bronze buzzer
Bead- gold glass
Thread- 8/0 uni white
Body-Bronze Flash
Hackle- Bleached (tan) peacock hurl
Head cement
Tying Instructions: *Slide gold glass bead onto hook and place into vise with bead resting against the eye of the hook.

*Tie on thread and wrap, touching sides, down the shank of the hook till just over the barb.

*Tie on Bronze Flash and wrap thread back up shank till about 3/4 the length before the bead.

*Wrap Bronze Flash up the shank, either touching sides or overlapping, till you reach the thread.

*Tie down flash and trim off excess.

*Tie on Tan Peacock hurl and wrap until area between hurl tie on and bead is fully covered.

*Tie down peacock hurl and trim excess. Whip finish.

*Put head cement on thread and also the flash body, not only to enhance the shimmer but to strengthen the body from early tearing.
Presentation Tips: To be fished near the bottom

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