Published Sep 3. 2022 - 5 months ago
Updated or edited Sep 12. 2022

HKA Sunray (Bismó)

Here we will be tying the Bismó tubefly. The Bismó is as I understand it a variation of the Sunray Shadow fly. The Bimsó can be tied with blue, white, green, pink and all sorts of colours for the underwing.The fly is a great option when it comes to fishing for Atlantic Salmon and is really popular for it. It requires advanced tying skills for it and a needle to hold the tube. It took me few times to get it flawless in the way I wanted it to look. When making the Bismó I strongly recommend to tie like 5-10 of them and work all of them step by step. Begin with the mylar piping of all of the, tie the wings on all of them and then finish all of them with the job to put on the eyes. Great fly and works both for salmon and sea trout.

Author: Henrik Kassow Andersen.
Tube: Veniard aluminum tube, 1".
Thread: 8/0 black and white.
Body: Silver mylar piping.
Underwing: Blue Tempel Dog + 2 strands of pearl crystal flash.
Wing: Black Cashmere goat + 2 strands of peacock hearl + 2 strands of pearl crystal flash.
Head: Black.
Eyes: 3mm plastic eyes glued on with UV resin.

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