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Diawl Bach original
Edwards: How many of your flies work both in salt and fresh water? How many of these actually look like something real? The Deep Diving Shrimp is such a fly. Oliver Edward's allround Gammarus imitation works equally well everywhere you find this very widespread animal.
Let Kasper Mühlbach teach you to tie it.
Shark's Caddis Larva
Juvinile: This is a very simple fly imitating the caddis larva. Some may call it realistic fly, some will say impressionistic, but no matter what, the originator says with 100% certainty that it's a killer pattern and he has caught lots of fish with it in many different places.
Twist your Antron and peacock here
|Target species||Brown trout|
Rainbow trout (landlocked)
|Hook||Kamasan B170 (light wire) or B175 (heavy wire) sizes 8 to 14|
|Tail||a few barbs of brown hackle|
|Body||2-3 strands of peacock herl|
|False hackle||a few barbs of brown hackle|
- Cover the hook shank with tying thread
- Tie in the tail
- Tie in the rib over the hook bend
- Tie in the herl over the hook shank
- Wind the tying thread forwards to just behind the hook eye
- Follow by the herl in tight turns. Do not twist it.
- Tie the herl down and trim it
- Follow by the rib in 4-6 open turns
- Tie it down and trim it
- Tie in the false hackle
- Create a small head
- Whip finish
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