Published Jan 1. 2023 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Jan 3. 2023

Light Spruce

Here we will be tying the streamer Light Spruce. The fly is a great option for both stream and lake fishing. The fly catches both brown trout and arctic char. Simple to tie and totally worth to keep few in your box when go fishing.

Pattern

Author: Steven McGarthwaite.
Hook: Ahrex NS118 #8
Thread: UNI 8/0 black.
Tail: Veniard Peacock sword.
Body: ½ UNI red floss, ½ peacock hearl.
Wing: White/black badger cock.
Hackle: Same as wing.
Head: Black.

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