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More cold saltwater
Simplicity: The White is a stable pattern in originator Rasmus Hansen's coastal sea trout flybox, He uses it as a provocation (read: attractor) or as a shrimp imitation, and prefers it for turbulent water and autumn fishing. The fly is simple, one color only, and one of these universal flies that can catch anything.
Tie along here
The Real Rag Worm
A wiggling rag worm: Every year in March and April the rag worms emerge from the bottom to secure the next generation. They swim freely in the water, wiggling from one side to the other. Sea gulls feed on the from above and many fish species seem to focus on them from beneath.
See how to tie an effective tandem fly here
Our first mullets
A difficult vegetarian: Since the 1960's the mullets have visited the Danish and South Swedish waters from late May to late October. They feed on green weed, are easily scared and do not pay interest to flies - most of the time. Impossible - but in 2005 Kasper Mühlbach hooked one fish.
Read about this fish here
|Type||Cold saltwater fly|
|Year of origin||2009|
|Hook||Saltwater hook of your choice - size 4-2|
|First hackle||Mallard flank|
|Second, palmered hackle||Furnace|
|Body||Bright orange dubbing|
|"head"||Tying thread with varnish|
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