Published Mar 5. 2022 - 9 months ago
Updated or edited Mar 9. 2022


Here we will be tying the fly Heimasætan but the fly has been successful last decades here in Iceland specially when it comes to catching Arctic char. Based on my experience with it I'd say that I would recommend it to have it in your box. It's indeed one of the very best we have here in the land. Please let me know guys if you are non-Icelandic and if you give this fly a try! Let me know about the results in the comments below.

Author: Óskar Björgvinsson.
Hook: Ahrex NS118 #8.
Thread: 8/0 white.
Tail: Orange rooster.
Rib: Oval silver.
Body: White floss.
Collar: Same as the tail.
Wing: Magenta squirrel.
Head: Black.

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