Published Nov 16. 2021 - 1 week ago

Magic Cutthroat Gobius

Baitfish is one of the most important food-sources for trouts with an aim to grow big... and nothing can fool a big and agressive trout than a natural swimming fly that imitates its natural prey. In this video we have teamed up with skilled flyfisher - and tier - Rasmus Pabst Ovesen, demonstrating his favorite pattern for seatrout in his local fjords. It's his Magic Cutthroat Gobius mounted with a Magic Head for extra movement.

Hook: Ahrex NS110 Streamer # 2 - 6
Thread: Veevus 100D
Tail: Red Fox + two strands of Sandy Pearl Crystal Flash
Rib: Copper thread
Body: Red fox and Tan Firestar Dubbing
Hackle: Grizzly saddle over body and Coc de Leon as front
Head: Red Firestar Dubbing and UV glue
Eyes: Pro Sportfisher Cool Eyes
Disc: Marc Petitjean Magic Head

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Martin Joergensen
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