Published Apr 18. 2022 - 2 years ago

Easy Piecy Pike Fly

Fishing for pike and other predators has gained a large popularity, and we sure understand why - the take of an agressive pike is breathtaking, and the fish often has a decent size. In this video we have the skilled pike-flyfisherman and flytyer Marcus Hermansson-Thorvald from Hökensås Sportsfiske in the studio demonstrating his favorite-fly, the Easy Piecy Pike Fly. It is a very easy style of fly for pike or other predators, and it can be tied in a large variety of colors mounted with tails etc. for making the fly attract predators. It doesn’t allways have to be complicated - this fly is an excellent example, and as Marcus says at the end of the video “…tie a bunch - and go get the big ones!”

Hook: TP610 #4/0 - Trout Predator
Thread: Textreme 100 D
Tail: White bucktail & silver holographic + opal flashabou
Body: Chartreuse bucktail & a mix of chartreuse, olive flashabou & Latterscale opal small
Wing: Ripple ice chartreuse
Head: Senyo Lazerdub, chartreuse & pink shrimp
Eyes: 9 mm Opal 3D-eyes

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