Published Mar 21. 2024 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Mar 21. 2024


Here we will be tying the fly Green Dumm by a friend of mine, mr. Theodór K Erlingsson. I just wanna place this link here for you guys to have a look at the fly itself and the fish it caught in the seasons 2021 here in Iceland. A record seatrout and the biggest of the 2021 season. Rest is history.

Author: Theodór K. Erlingsson
Hook: Ahrex FW581 #8
Thread: Semperfli Nano Silk 50D black.
Rib: Semperfli 0,2mm copper wire.
Tail: Black cock.
Body: Grey wool.
Collar: Semperfli Lime Green Ice dub.
Bead: 3,8mm copper tungsten bead.

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