Published Dec 5. 2022 - 2 months ago

Brown Scud

Scud or gammarus-patterns is a absolute "must-have-in-the-box". In both fresh- and saltwater scuds is an important food-source for trout and other smaller predators, and the flies can be variants in fluorescent colors or neutral realistic patterns - both will do the trick under the right circumstances. In this video we have put the skilled flytyer and flyfisher Jan De Haas behind the vice to tie this delicate scud - simple yet effective... give it a try!

Brown Scud - tied by Jan De Haas

Hook: Ahrex Big Gap Dry – FW527 # 12
Thread: Brown
Weight: Lead wire
Rib: Monofilament nylon
Antenna: Coq De Leon fibres
Body: Troutstalker Andrew’s Scruffy Dubbing, Boosted Natural
Back: Magic Shrimp Foil, brown

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Martin Joergensen

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