The White

South Sweden


Submitted by: Kasper Mühlbach

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Camera manufacturer NIKON CORPORATION 
Camera model NIKON D80 
Exposure time 1/160 s 
Lens focal length 70 mm (~105 mm on 35 mm film) 
Lens aperture f 3.2 
ISO 100 
Date and time of original 2007-02-20 15:07 
Software used Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows 










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GFF staff comment
From: Kasper Mühlbach  Link
Submitted February 24th 2007


yep, it is widely used in Scandinavia for sea trout in saltwater. I am sure it will work for perch and pike as well. The fly you describe sounds cool. Why not upload a photo?


From: Martin Carranza · mcarranza·at·  Link
Submitted February 24th 2007

HI Kasper,
seems like an easy to tie fly that will work very good for rainbow trout at midday in the riffles on the rivers of northern Patagonia. Do you use it for sea trout in Scandinavia? I tie a similar fly with lead eyes (rides inverted) with Dark Olive hackle and rusty orange dubbing. I use softex to comb the shank side hackle backwards to imitate a Pancora crab. Will try the white "White" Tight lines, Martin

GFF staff comment
From: Kasper Mühlbach · kasper·at·  Link
Submitted February 21st 2007


thank you. Rasmus Hansen developed this fly.

Yes, I always use a Rapala knot. It works for even the smallest flies and does not limit the movement of the fly.


From: Serge (Canada) · sergenoel·at·  Link
Submitted February 21st 2007

HI KASPER nice fly , is it a good one for sea trout all the time ? do you use a loop knot for all your fishing situations, is it a rapala knot or a surgeon loop.
thanks ,serge

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