Published Sep 15. 2020 - 2 months ago
Updated or edited Sep 15. 2020

Black Ge' Fly

It is pike-time… and this time we have had Jesper Lindquist behind the vice. Jesper is a very skilled flyfisherman and fishingguide - and based on the island of Funen he knows everything about seatrouts, and surely knows how to trick big fish. Besides being a brilliant salmon and seatrout-hunter he also have a big passion for pike.

Hook: Ahrex PR330 Aberdeen Predator
Tail: Wiggletail Black XL, mounted on a “Not a Knot” in a loop of 0.40 mm. fluocarbon
Body: Black micro chenille
Wing: Black Flatwing-hackles and black ghost hair
Body: Midnight Blitz Streamer-brush 2”
Eyes: 3D Eyes Holo Yellow

In this video he goes all-black, and ties a light fly still with a lot of volume and movement caused by a big Wiggletail - follow along!

Happy tying and tight lines

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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