Published Jul 10. 2024 - 6 days ago

Hi-Vis Parachute Mayfly

This parachute pattern is a variation of the famous Klinkhåmer, originally invented by dutch flytyer and flyfisher Hans Van Klinken and the pattern has proven its worth during the last 40 years all over the world. In this version of the original fly, our own Håkan Karsnäser is demonstrating the tying of the parachute fly using a hackle in a high visible coolor. The combination of the white wing and the flourecent hackle is perfect for keeping an eye to the fly under difficult circumstances and makes the fly easy to spot in even turbulent water - a must have in the box.

Hook: Ahrex Big Gap Dry - FW527 # 14
Thread: Brown
Wing: TMC Aerodry Wing, white
Body: Flyrite # 9 Golden Yellow and # 6 Chocolate Brown
Hackle: Whiting Pink Hi-Vis hackle

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Martin Joergensen
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