Published Nov 20. 2022 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Nov 21. 2022

Litla Flugan

Ívar's Fly Workshop

Here we will be tying the fly Litla Flugan or the Little Fly by my mentor Jón Sigurðsson. The fly is a dry fly and it's really simple to tie. The main catch with this pattern is Arctic char but by and by a brownie will show it some interests too. I use the fly mostly in still-water since it has lack of buoyancy and I'd pick different patterns with more buoyancy for running water. However the fly is great and it works great when the weather gets a little warmer during the midsummer. Totally worth to keep in your box!


Author: Jón Sigurðsson.
Hook: Mustad dry #12
Thread: Frödin 8/0 camel.
Body: The brown tying thread.
Hackle: Grizzly neck feather in the colour of your choice (natural, brown and yellow).
Head: Brown.

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