Published Nov 28. 2023 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Nov 28. 2023

Dynamite Harry

"Dynamit Harry" is the name of a character in a classic Danish comedy – explosive, very entertaining and named Harry. The same name was used by the skilled Swedish fly tyer Jörgen Danielsson when he tied this small, simple and nice parachute pattern for the first time. And again, the fly turned out to match the name from the movie; entertaining for the fly fisherman and dangerous for the fish. In this video, we have had our very own Håkan Karsnäser demonstrate the tying of this simple fly – give it a try.

Hook: Ahrex FW527 Big Gap Dry # 16
Thread: Black
Tail: Tan antron yarn
Body: Dark-tan Superfine dubbing
Hackle: Grizzly
Wing: Tan antron yarn

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