Jan's GP - A New Terrestrial from the UK - Global FlyFisher

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Jan's GP - Side View


Here you can see how the foam is folded over the dubbed body, and how the hackle is wrapped through the front segments.

Photo/illustration: Bob Petti ©2014



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User comments
From: Jan Johansen · jany·at·blueyonder.co.uk  Link
Submitted April 9th 2008

Let me know how you get on rick


From: Rick · flyfsh11·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted April 6th 2008

I live in Iowa - USA
I FlyFish local ponds for Blue Gill and Bass - This is going to be a killer for both !!
Thanks Jan


From: Jan Johansen · jany·at·blueyonder.co.uk  Link
Submitted December 6th 2007

Im glad you like it and thanks for your comments Chad, it does fish well at times to well on some waters, any question give us an email Thanks


From: Chad Giddens · ca_giddens·at·yahoo.com  Link
Submitted November 11th 2007

Already said, but this is a wonderful looking general purpose terrestrial. Part wasp, part ant, part anything that flies... Nice generic, neutral brown colors... Can't wait to fish this one...on just about any species that hunts on the surface, both moving and stillwater!! I've been looking for a GP dry and this one definately flips the tippet!


From: william · vonfish·at·blueyoder.co.uk  Link
Submitted August 8th 2007

wow thats amazing never seen anything like it and i've been fly fishing since 1992 and thats got to be the best terrestrial i've ever seen and i can tell u i've seen alot.



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