Published Feb 24. 2020 - 1 year ago

Great Red Sedge/Murrough

Materials Used;

Hook, Fulling Mill All-Purpose Medium size 10
Thread, Uni-8/0 Dk.Brown
Rib, Fine Copper Wire
Body, 1st Half Dyed Claret or Natural Cock Pheasant Tail Fibres 2nd Half Caret Seals Fur
Legs, Dyed Claret Knotted Pheasant Tail
Wing, Dyed Brown Elk Hair
Hackle, Natural Brown or Claret

The Great Red Sedge/Murrough first appears on loughs in Ireland and many other waters throughout Scotland, England and Wales throughout the summer months. It is fished dry static but is also very successful when twitched across the surface imitating the skittering motion of the natural fly...

Martin Joergensen

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