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The Junior Mysis
Mysis and shrimp: A fly tied for sea trout in the Baltic area. It proved to be efficient in other places too. Translucent and yet colored. Tie it in olive, rusty or tan and you can imitate any camouflaged mysis - and it will stand out from the crowd. Can be tied by seniors too...
You should get the pattern here.
The Pink Pig - Pattegrisen
A tentacled all-rounder : You have probably heard about and maybe even watched The Pink Panther. If so, you also know the soundtrack. Put that on and take a look to see what a Pink Pig is, and if it has anything in common with the panther or if there is more Miss Piggy in this fly tied for tarpon, bonefish and trout.
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|Type||Cold saltwater fly|
|Originator||Ken Bonde Larsen|
|Year of origin||2009|
|Target species||Brown trout|
Sea trout (sea run)
|Hook||Straight eye streamer size 6-4-2 (like the Daiichi 1750 or Tiemco 911S)|
|Weight||A few wraps of lead substitute|
|Tying thread||8/0 to suit body color|
|Eyes||Black plastic eyes or bead chain|
|Tail||Arctic fox or similar plus a bit of flash|
|Rear body||Holographic tinsel|
|Front body||STF fibers spun in a dubbing loop|
|Head||Body material combed back over the eyes|
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