Published Apr 28. 2021 - 1 week ago

Burnt Flame Scud

Scud in both saltwater and freshwater is an important pattern to have in the box. It is a rich food-source, and the flyfisher and tyer knows it often can do the trick. Wheather it is just some dubbing on a hook or in this case a super delicate tied fly with segmented body and the right curve - both willl catch fish. But sometimes we find the fish to be super selective, and the small details are important. We have teamed up with "Mr. Scud" - The Danish flytyer Per Tofting who will demonstrate his skilled tying this beautiful Burnt Flame Scud.

Hook: Ahrex XO77 Universal Curved
Thread: Veevus Powerthread Orange
Antenna:Pheasant Rump Back
Body: Semi Seal UV Burnt Flame & Sand Dab Sculpin
Rib: Nylon thread
Shell: Pro Sportfisher Gammarus SW Clear

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Martin Joergensen
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