Published Apr 19. 2022 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Apr 19. 2022

Craigie´s Killer Variant

The original Craigie´s Killer was designed by Craig McDonald and utilises a full jig body to get down really deep in the river. In this video we have teamed ud with the skilled flyfisher and flytyer Neil Darling who took inspiration from the original and has a few added nymph triggers with a little less weight. It has taken grayling, brown trout and even a coastal Danish sea trout when Neil visited Denmark and we recorded this video. A pattern that should be in every fly box when the arget is trout and graylings!

Hook: FW 541 - Curved Nymph Barbless
Thread: Uni thread white 8/0
Bead: 3.5 mm Tungsten bead
Tail: Silver mallard dyed tan
Body: Uni Stretch white and Virtual nymph skin, 3 mm, translucent. Coloured with marker pens
Spot: Gulff Ambulance Orange
Lateral lines: Uni thread brown 8/0 secured with Semperfli 30D Nano silk
Back: Gulff Dirty Motor Oil
Thorax: Peacock herl

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