Published Jan 18. 2021 - 1 month ago

Joseph Ludkin Reel Wing Spinner

Our old friend John Petermann who is a very skilled flyfisher, certified flycaster and finally but not at least he is a very creative flytyer tying some excellent flies for all kind of fish he is targeting. He is fishing worldwide for GT, permit, tarpon, bonefish, salmon and steelhead - but trout fishing is deep in his heart, and fishing dry-flies is the best. In this video he ties the Joseph Ludkin Reel Wing Spinner. This fly are using Realistic Reel Wings which are produced in UK by Joseph Ludkins, a well known tier very passionate in tying realistic flies. He created amazing realistic wings easy to be used by anybody.

Joseph Ludkin Reel Wing Spinner
Hook: Ahrex FW 501 Traditional Dry Fly
Thread: Veevus 12/0 - Brown
Tail: Spinnertails - 2 pcs. Brown
Body: Brown Peacock Quill
Wingcase: Fly Foam 1,5 mm - Black
Wing: Joseph Ludkin Spinner Wings # L
Thorax: SLF Squirrel Spikey Dubbing - Dark brown

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