Published Mar 16. 2023 - 1 day ago
Updated or edited Mar 18. 2023

Haugur Micro

Here we will be tying the fly Haugur by Sigurður Héðinn in a micro version. The Haugur fly has been around in Iceland for years and has long ago proven it to be one of the really best salmon patterns there are in Iceland. This micro version is perfect for sensitive conditions as low water or sunny and bright days. It's not too difficult to tie and it really works great! It's safe to count on the flies Siggi has designed during his career as an angler and fly tier, they are simply fantastic and work out great!

It's right to mention that Siggi Haugur recently opened up his own fly tying store on Iceland! So I highly recommend a visit to his website:


Author: Sigurður Héðinn.
Hook: Mustad treble #16
Thread: SSS Frödin Fluorescent orange 8/0.
Underbody: Same as thread.
Body: UTC pearl transparent tinsel.
Beard: Blue rooster.
Wing: Black squirrel + royal blue flashabou strand.
Head: UV Solarez Bone Dry.

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