Published Jul 4. 2020 - 3 months ago

Classic Grey & Green

Presenting the fourth Pattern of the Month: The Classic Grey & Green!

The Grey & Green is a clearwater fly, a fly that is diffuse, a fly that will blend in the clear often greenish waters. The trick is to make the fish curious and not scared of the sexy little fly coming their way. This is a fly tied the classic way, the hackles are divided by the wing and the 1/2 Turbo cone give that medium broad profile. In the film you se the trix to manage the 1/2 Turbo tying and what to think of when tying a clear water fly. We have taken many fish on this superb pattern – hope you will too!

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Martin Joergensen
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