Published Mar 20. 2024 - 2 months ago

Brown Scandi Leach

Big fish have become big by being careful and have found good spots to hide in the water from dangers. In this video, we have had the Danish fly tyer and fly fisherman Mads Pedersen in the studio to demonstrate his favorite fly for fishing for large sea trout in his local Danish rivers and streams. The inspiration comes from Landon Mayer's Mini-Leech, and has proven to work perfectly when the large sea trout hide among the snags and vegetation in the Danish rivers. The movement of the wing, together with the up-side-down effect of the jig fly hook, allows the fly to be fished deep and can slide under the vegetation – right where the big trout are hiding.

Hook: Ahrex PR 360 50 Degree Jig Hook # 6
Bead: Black-nickel tungsten bead 3,8 mm
Thread: Black
Tail: Fl. orange Flatbraid
Body: Fl. orange Flatbraid
Rib: Oval silvertinsel
Wing: Brown pine squirrel
Legs: White Micro-rubberlegs
Thorax: Black ostrich herl

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Martin Joergensen
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