Published Aug 23. 2021 - 11 months ago

Black Foam Gurgler

Coastal flyfishing in the darkest hours of the day is an amazing experience. When the dark closes in and the sea trouts gets close to the shore, your senses changes and strengthens. The fish moves closer to the surface and chases baitfish and shrimps, and often they attach the prey in the surface. Thats the reason for floating flies can be so effective and super fun to fish and catch the fish on. In this video we have once again the Danish guide and coastal flyfisher Jesper Lindquist Andersen at the vice tying up his favorite-fly for night-time flyfishing at the coast: The Black Foam Gurgler. But the fly is also effective for chasing trouts and other predators in river and streams. An orange version is the “go-to-pattern” for arctic char in Greenland or Alaska for instance, but give it a try in your home-waters.

Hook: Ahrex Light Stinger NS122 # 4
Thread: Black UTC + mono
Tail: Black Polarfox + Glow In The Dark Flashabou
Body: Black Cactus Chenille
Back: Black Foam Sheet

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