Published Jan 3. 2024 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Jan 5. 2024

Hot Pink Peacock Jig

Here we will be tying a fly by myself called Hot Pink Peacock Jig. The fly is a great option for both stream and lake fishing and was just devised couple of years back. The Hot Pink is utterly simple to tie and it catches both brown trout and Arctic char. It's a good pattern that's totally worth to keeping a few in your box when you go fishing.


Author: Ívar Örn Hauksson.
Hook: Ahrex FW550 #14
Bead: Fulling Mill 3,8mm Fl. orange.
Thread: Semperfli Classic Waxed 8/0, Fl. Orange.
Body: Semperfli Hot Pink, 0,3mm.
Collar: Peacock hear.
Head: UV Solarez Bone Cure.

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