Published Mar 31. 2022 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Apr 20. 2022

ESL Shrimp

I’ve made this little tutorial to share my enthusiasm about this pattern. I was inspired by Kenneth Hejnfelt, a skilled Danish fly tier and friend, who I saw tie this one not long ago. I made my own versions and this tutorial is a brown version. Tried it in the local fjord and both swam beautifully in the water and looked like a shrimp really good imo.
Hope you like the tutorial and give it a thumbs up and plz subscribe for more content.
Find my other flies on Instagram at : christiankrog36

Material list:
Ahrex Light stinger size 6 ns122
Veevus nylon thread
Tan medium size shrimp shell
Raidzap Flex and Superthin
Orange xs Easyshrimpeyes
Easyshrimplegs 2.0 dirty brown color
Light tan colored superhair
SLF dubbing ginger
STF dubbing golden olive/ any sand color would work tbh
Salmo supreme rainbow dubbing
Pearl crystal flash

Tight lines,
Christian Krogh

#ahrexhooks #flytying #fishing #flytyingtutorial #flyfishing

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Martin Joergensen
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