Published May 18. 2022 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited May 19. 2022

Blue Charm tying tutorial

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Here we will be tying the fly Blue Charm that is originally coming from the Dee area in Scotland. Author of the fly is Colin Simpson. The fly is famous everywhere you fish for the Atlantic salmon and have had a great success through out the last decades. Not too difficult to tie and indeed worth it to have few in your box.


Author: Colin Simpson
Hook: Ahrex HR428 #8.
Thread: 8/0 black.
Butt: Oval silver and yellow floss.
Tail: Golden Pheasant crest.
Small hackle: Ostrich feather.
Rib: Oval silver.
Body: Black floss.
Hackle: Blue rooster feather.
Head: Black.

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