Published Nov 26. 2019 - 4 months ago

Fiery Brown Spey

There is something about a spey-hackled salmonfly. Those long fibred hackles, originally from a heron, are so alive under water and gives movement to the fly like few other materials. The Swedish legend show his skills here tying his beautiful Fiery Brown Spey on a Esmond Drury treble hook. In this fly he uses a ring neck pheseant instead of the heron, but the result speaks for it self - a more "living" fly in the water is rare to find - and the salmon love it - give it a try your self.

Martin Joergensen

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