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Honey Shrimp


The rubber legs have a tendency to twist around the hook

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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User comments
From: Anonymous  Link
Submitted December 3rd 2006

Igmar,

the pattern and a complete step-by step tutorial will be available at the 9th of December.

Kasper Mühlbach


From: Igmar · schefferduinen·at·wanadoo.nl  Link
Submitted December 3rd 2006

Kasper/Martin,
I can not wait to see the step-by-step article of the Honey shrimp. I hope this shrimp pattern does not turn in the water like so many other shrimp patterns do. It looks like it does not. Real Back-swimming shirmps; I have not see them in the danish water, yet :-)
Please include which hooks and material to use. Thanks, Igmar


GFF staff comment
From: Kasper Mühlbach · kasper·at·muehlbach.dk  Link
Submitted November 1st 2006

Serge,

I will make a step-by-step article showing how to tie the Honey Shrimp within the next month.
Stay tuned.

Kasper Mühlbach


GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted October 31st 2006

Serge,

The Honey Shrimp is in the pipeline already. I'm almost sure I have convinced Kasper Mühlbach to write it. I'll get it rolling ASAP.

Martin


From: serge from Canada  Link
Submitted October 31st 2006

HI MARTIN
it will be nice to see the tying step of the honey shrimp in an article.



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