Published Nov 11. 2022 - 4 months ago

Kenobi STF Stickleback

A small baitfish imitation can either be super realistic with fins, scales, eyes, gill covers etc. but they can also be much simpler and just have the shape and movements of a small prey to attract the attention of predatory fish. In this video, the skilled fly fisherman and fishing guide at Denmark Fishing & Outdoor Lodge Jan "Kenobi" Nachtigal will demonstrate his suggestion for a super effective baitfish-imitation which he has also expanded compared to his favorite which only consists of dubbing in just one color - but what it does not have in realistic detail it has a great deal of effectiveness when Jan is searching for sea-run brown trout along his coastlines.

Kenobi STF Stickleback
Hook: NS105 - Streamer D/E Barbless
Thread: Tan
Body: Dubbingmix of Light Olive STF, Tan STF and Minnow Belly Ice Dub
Back: Black STF
Gills: UV Rust Ice Dub
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