Published Nov 14. 2022 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Nov 15. 2022

Cosmo Baitfish

Tropical fly fishing can hardly be wild and violent enough… but one of the fish species you can encounter on the tropical flats, that can test the gear to the maximum and can make adult men cry must be Giant Trevally or GT. The skilled fly tyer and fly fisherman Rasmus Pabst Ovesen has traveled and fished GT's at some of the absolute top destinations in the world, will here show his best bid for a baitfish imitation which is super durable and can withstand the beatings of both fishing but in particular the GT exposes it to.

Hook: Ahrex SA270 Bluewater 5/0
Thread: Veevus 150D - white
Body: Steve Farrar Blend - white
Wing: Steve Farrar Blend - uv off white, uv grey & uv wild olive
Sides: Holographic Flashabou - moonlight
Head: Fishmask 8,5 mm
Eyes: Fish-Skulls Living Eyes - Earth 8,5 mm
Gills: Red permanent marker

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