Published Jun 24. 2021 - 3 months ago

Floating Gamma

Gammarus or scuds are proberbly one of the most important prey for trout and graylings, so allways have some in the box. In this video we once again have teamet up with danish flytyer, guide and flyfisher Jesper Lindquist Andersen to show us the flies he uses for his own coastal flyfishing for sea-run-browns. As an extra detail he is using foam instead of traditional vinyl for the back of the gammarus, which allows him to fish this scud over very shallow water, or if the trouts are chasing just below the surface.

Hook: Ahrex NS172 Curved Gammarus
Thread: Tan UTC
Rib: Monofilament Nylon
Body: Hareline Light Shade, Rainbow
Back: Tan Foam with brown dots

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