Shrimp anatomy for the fly tyer - There's a wealth of shrimp flies out there, but very few that actually look like shrimp. This article will teach you what to focus on in shrimp flies. - Global FlyFisher

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Another Kern Lund shrimp


Danish Kern Lund is famous for his meticulous shrimp flies. This is The Leo Shell Shrimp

Photo/illustration: Kasper Muhlbach ©2014



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From: Kasper Mühlbach · kasper·at·muehlbach.dk  Link
Submitted February 23rd 2013

Stefano,

it sure is. Tie some of these shrimps and let us know how they work in Italy.

Kasper


From: STEFANO · stefano4deangelis·at·libero.it  Link
Submitted February 23rd 2013

SIMPLY SPECTACULAR!!!!!!!



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