Published Oct 9. 2021 - 4 days ago

CDC Stickleback

Small stickle-backs and other small baitfish-patterns can be super effective while chasing sea-run browns on the coast and fjords here in Scandinavia. Even the smallest patterns can trigger the biggest fish, and in this video we have teamed up with Rasmus Pabst Ovesen to demonstrate his delicate stickleback pattern the CDC Stickleback - a fly that has fulfilled Rasmus' dream of a big autumn trout several times.

Hook: Ahrex NS105 – Streamer Barbless
Tail: Tan CDC
Body: Silver Angel Dub, Tan CDC, and Olive CDC
Head: Red Firestar Dubbing
Eyes: Pro Sportfisher Cool Eyes
Head: UV glue
Marker pen: Silver and dark grey

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