Published Feb 2. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 21. 2018

Bream Fly

As seen in the Pilot episode! Free from any other silliness this is a pure fly tying video on how to tie the articulated Bream fly!
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Material listing for tying the Bream fly:
Hook: Partridge attitude streamer 4/0
Body back: Grey bucktail and brown Nayat
Hackle feathers: Grey and olive grizzly
Flash blend back: Copper and Lemon Bauer pike flash, Brown Sybai tinsel flash, Hedron mirage flash

Shank: 35 mm articulated shank
Body front: Grey bucktail and brown Nayat
Flash blend front: Copper and green Bauer pike flash, Brown and grey Sybai tinsel flash
Head: Black and tan Nayat
Eyes: 15 mm living eyes

Music used in this video:
Different heaven & EH!DE – My heart, from No Copyright Sounds

Thank you to my special friends at:
www.foxy-tail.co.uk
www.partridge-of-redditch.co.uk
www.flydressing.se
www.regalvise.com
www.flymenfishingcompany.com

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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