Published Nov 10. 2020 - 8 months ago

Delivery Man Rainbow

Swedish big-streamer dude Andreas Andersson is once again behind the vice showing his skills. In this video he is tying a big articulated streamer for hunting the biggest trouts. Have a look at the vice of one of the best in business and get tips and tricks.

Tight lines and happy tying

Delivery Man Rainbow by Andreas Andersson

Hooks: Two Ahrex PR330 Aberdeen Predator connected with wire

Thread: White Veevus GSP 200D

Back-hook: Olive bucktail, dark olive holo flashabou, pearl flashabou, two long pink grizzly saddlehackles. Long synthetic fibres in white below and olive fibres on top,

Connection: Wire and pink, silver and pink pearls

Body: Sections of white bucktail below and olive on top, dark olive holo flashabou and pearl flashabou.

Head: Two long pink pink grizzly saddlehackles and long synthetic fibres below and olive fibres on top. Finished with UV glue

Eyes: 3D holographic eyes

Rattle: Fly Rattle

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Submitter: 
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