It is no secret that Nayat Hair is a popular product for tying streamers.The way it moves in the water is just awesome.
Sander Zuidinga made a beautiful seabass pattern with it. It was Johan Put who toke the time and effort to record how this fly should be tied.
So, if you are looking for a beautiful seabass streamer, that only needs Nayat Hair and some eyes – look no further and learn how to tie this proven pattern!
Some additional notes for this streamer:
- a very sharp pair of scissors is essential to be able to cut the fibers and trim the fly
- take your time to trim the fly in the right shape
- use your fantasy with blending in combination with Nayat hair to make your own creations.