Published Nov 4. 2020 - 2 months ago

Deep Orange Mörrum Special

We have had one of the "grand old masters" in Denmark when it comes to flyfishing and flytying - Laurits Flowbinner behind the vice. Laurits has been fishing and tying flies all his life, and his passion lies at fishing and tying flies for salmon. Laurits explains about his Deep Orange Mörrum Special:
"A variant of the semi-classic Rusty RAT. This orange variant has proven to be a very effective fly in the spring fishing in both Danish rivers and Swedish Mörrumsån. Especially the orange weiling of fluorescent floss silk gives a lot of movement and visibility in the water".

Deep Orange Mörrum Special
Hook: Ahrex HR428G – Progressive double
Thread: UTC 70D Fire Orange
Tag: Fine Oval Goldtinsel
Tail: Peacock Sword fibre
Rib: Oval Goldtinsel
Body: Fl. Orange Flossilk and Peacock herl
Veiling: Fl. Orange Flossilk
Wing: Burnt Orange or Fiery Brown Marble Fox
Hackle: Burnt Orange Hen-hackle

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Martin Joergensen
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