Published Nov 11. 2020 - 3 weeks ago
Updated or edited Nov 13. 2020

Golden Ace (Mini Lure)

Materials Used;
Hook, Fulling Mill Competition Heavyweight size 10
Ribs, Fine Gold Wire and UTC Medium Opal Mirage Tinsel
Body, Golden Olive Marabou
Throat, Dyed Blue Guinea Fowl
Wing, Golden Olive and Woodduck or Sub
Eyes, Jungle Cock

In Davie McPhail’s latest fly tying video he turns his skills towards my very own Golden Ace.
I originally tyed The Golden Ace as a variation of Sandy McConnachies fly the McConns ace 5 odd years ago for trout feeding on olive nymphs up here in Shetland at tingwall & asta.
The fly got its first major outing during the 2018 inter county where this fly secured myself Shetland top rod with 13 fish and after sharping the fly with the team it helped the Shetland team win the inter county overall.
The Golden Ace has also served me well during trips away to the Scottish mainland at the lake of menteith and down in England at Rutland and chew valley.

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Martin Joergensen
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