Published Sep 28. 2022 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Nov 16. 2022

Beginner Pike Fly

So here it is, a simple beginner’s pike fly which you can variate in different colors, sizes and if you don have the exact same materials it’s going to be fine anyway.
A beginner’s pattern has been highly asked for buy you guys on social media, so I hope you find it interesting. This pattern is simple to cast, and it catches a lot of pike, and of course other spices too. Tie up a bunch and I hope to see you out there.

Material list:
Hook: Ahrex TP610 #4/0
Glue: Zap a gap brush on, Gulff Thinman and Flexman
Thread: Power tread 100D – White
Eyes: Predator eyes 8 mm – Fl. Orange
Tail: Saddle Tail XL – Fl. Yellow, Bucktail - Fl. Yellow, Flashabou Magnum – Gold, Flashabou
Magnum Pearl-A-Glow – Yellow
Wing: Bucktail - Fluo fire orange, Flashabou Magnum – Gold, Flashabou Magnum Pearl-A-Glow –
Orange Extra Select Craft Fur - #118 Fiery Hot Red
Body: Palmer Chenille, Medium Fl. Fire Orange
Head: Titan dubbing - Fl. Orange, Predator dubbing – Flame

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