Published Oct 17. 2023 - 7 months ago
Updated or edited Oct 17. 2023

Banana Bead

When the river runs low, the flies can hardly get too small to trick the river's salmon or sea trout. In the famous Swedish river Mörrum, flies in the color Banana yellow must not be missing in the fly boxes and especially the use of zonker wings is popular due to the movement of the material in the current. Often you end up with a lot of waste material when tying zonker winged tube flies, but instead of discarding it, it can often be used on smaller flies like this Bananan Brass Bead as the owner of Fiskeshoppen in Mørrum Stefan Enevoldsen demonstrate in this video. A super pattern for the tricky autumn fish or daytime fishing in the summer

Tube: Clear 1,85 mm
Thread: Black 14/0
Weight: 5 mm metallic yellow brass bead
Wing: Gold Gliss’N Glow and banana yellow opossum zonker strip
Hackle: Coq De Leon banana yellow
Cheeks: Jungle cock

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