Published Mar 1. 2022 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Mar 1. 2022

Mallard Stickleback

You might know Christian Krogh, at least if you like us are into the seatrouts along the Danish Coast. Christian have been a seatrout hunter for a decade, and he’s well known for his patterns. The Mallard Stickleback is a light imitation of the Stickleback, and it’s delicate movements in the water will make it a killer. Take a look at the video, and enjoy Christians flytying.

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger # 6
Thread: Black UTC
Body: Fl. chartreuse flossilk and Largartun Flatbraid - French Varigated Peacock.
Tail: Mallard barred flank feathers
Back: Mallard fluo chartreuse
Hackle: Golden yellow ringneck rump hackle
Gills: Semi Seal, prawn
Eyes: 4 mm. Living Eyes - Earthcolor
Head: UV resin

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