Published Apr 20. 2022 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Apr 22. 2022


Here we will be tying the fly Brúnka by master fly designer Jón Sigurðsson. This is one of Jón's best flies and totally worth it to keep few in your box. The fly was designed around Elliðavatn lake in Iceland but had proofed it self in any lake in Iceland so the fly is a great option for both stream and lake fishing. The fly catches both brown trout and arctic char. Simple to tie and really strong nymph when it comes to springtime fishing.

Author: Jón Sigurðson.
Hook: Ahrex FW560 #10
Thread: 8/0 black.
Rib: Fine copper wire.
Body: Half red brown floss, half dark brown floss.
Wing: Brown wood duck feather, pheasant will also do.
Head: Black.

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