Some classic seatrout flies are of course: magnus, kobberbassen and pattegrisen, but without any doubt, this fly deserves a place in that list too. Don’t let yourself be fooled by its name: it does catch seatrout during the entire season!!
Here you can find all the materials for tying this great fly:
- the hook is from Partridge
- lead wire
- this is the dubbing you need the color “ginger”
- body hackle from a rooster cape
- copper ribbing
- the golden pheasant for the tail and the front hackle is out of stock, but will soon be available!
You can fish this fly with a slow retrieve or even just let it float with the wind!
Click this picture to view the tying movie: