Published Dec 7. 2020 - 5 months ago
Updated or edited Dec 7. 2020

Autumn Fly

Autumn is just around the corner and the coastal flyfishing for sea-run-browns can be tricky but the chance of getting that big trophy-fish have never been better. In this video we have teamet up with the skilled Danish flyfisher and tyer Allan Overgaard who is tying his favorite fly - The Autumn Fly. Originally tied by another Dane: Henrik Brangstrup back in the late 90’s. The name "autumn" is not meant for fishing in the autumn alone - but more referring to the colors and the fact that the inventor dropped the fly during a fishing trip in the autumn, and had problems finding it again among the fallen autumn leaves lying on the ground. But give it a shot - the color combination can do magic in the search of that big autumn-sea-run-brown.

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