Published Aug 5. 2023 - 9 months ago

KHK13 Zonker

This famous Mörrum fly is named after the late Karl-Heinz Kleine, who besides a lot of impressive catches is known for a massive sea run brown at 13 kg – hence the name. A fly made for the early springer-fishing and especially for the fishing in the darkest hours of the day in the search for the biggest fish in the river. This zonker version is a great autumn fly. The zonker wing is also tied in at the rear end of the tube to prevent it from tangling. In this video we have had the skilled flytyer and flyfisher Stefan Enevoldsen, owner of the local shop Fiskeshopen to demonstrate this classic pattern - and a must have in the box when visiting the river Mörrum.

Tube: Clear 1,85 mm
Thread: Black
Weight: US Tube 6 mm
Butt: Chinese Red yarn
Body: KHK13 Mörrum Dubbing
Hackles: Black saddle
Wings: Black opossum
Flash: Purple and Pearl Angel Hair
Cheeks: Jungle cock

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