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Messy Pike Fly
Big fish fly: Not one of Martin Joergensen's usual pike flies. For that it is way too complex and has too many tying steps and too many different materials. He doesn't like complex pike flies. "I spend dozens of minutes tying one, and a pike spends seconds shredding it!" he says.
He ties it just the same in this article.
Sören and Sara
A pike fisher and his fly: Senior pike fisher Sören Essebo invited junior pike fisher Kasper Mühlbach for a day of... pike fishing at the South Swedish coast. Besides fishing they talked about Sörens web site, publishing on the internet and why he has fallen in love with White Pike Sara.
Join the two for a day here.
The original tying instruction by Søren Essebo.
What might strike you when reading Sørens reports is, that he uses light gear. A class 5 rod and a normal WF-line.
Even more remarkable is that he only uses one pattern: White Pikesara.