Published Dec 18. 2021 - 11 months ago
Updated or edited Dec 18. 2021

Jaw Breaker

Jaw Breaker Zonker

Zonkerflies with rabbit strip are super-effective for chasing predators in cold water. Fished super slow the rabbit-fibres have an amazing movement in the water, and can really get the attention for lurking predators. In this video we have put swedish flytyer and flyfisher Robin Phillips behind the vice to demonstrate his bid on a very effective coldwater pattern. White, pink, purple colours are the theme of the Jaw Breaker Zonker, his favorite colours for winter-flyfishing - even the vice matches the fly...

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger # 4
Thread: Veevus 100 D GSP
Bead: 4 mm Dazzle Bead Jaw Breaker White
Tag: Red Lazer Dub
Wing: Groovy Bunny Strip, pink/white
Body: Simi Seal UV Pink Steel
Hackle: Groovy Bunny Strip, pink/white

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Martin Joergensen
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