Published Apr 9. 2021 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Apr 9. 2021

Magic Fly

The color "salmon" has within the last few years gained massive popularity. It has proven to be a successfull color for many patterns. One of the most famous patterns is the shrimp-fly "The Pattegris" which is to be found in allmost every flybox around the coastal flyfishers in Scandinavia - and has spread widely around the world. A more simple fly - but still kept in the colortheme - is the Magic Fly by the skilled danish flytyer and flyfisherman Jesper Lindquist Andersen. Notice his description of the fly "When you put it in the water, magic will happen"... it says it all!

Magic Fly
Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger #6
Thread: Fl. Shell Pink UTC
Tail: Rooster Hackle, Salmon
Hackle: Rooster Hackle, Salmon
Front: Spey Hen-hackle ,Salmon
Body: SLF Saltwater Fl. Shell. Pink
Eyes: Streamer Eyes, Black Nickel

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