Sunray Shadow - One of the simplest and most efficient salmon flies ever deceived. A wing on a tube, and that's it. And it's patented! - Global FlyFisher

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The original recipe says 4 inches or about 12-15 centimeters.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted January 6th 2010

John,

Yes, they are nice flies, uh?
But since we don't sell anything, you can't buy them.
These particular flies fished and caught fish in Iceland a couple of years back.

We're a non-commercial online magazine and have no products at all, so try an online flyshop in stead.

Martin


From: john moore · john·at·ssmsports.co.uk  Link
Submitted January 6th 2010

I would like to purchase a couple of these tube flies in the colour pattern as illustrated.
Please advise



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