Published Dec 10. 2023 - 2 months ago
Updated or edited Dec 10. 2023

Micro Collie Dog

Here we will be tying a micro version of the fly Collie Dog.
The the Collie Dog is originally from Scotland as I best know and made by a man there named George Ross. The Collie Dog fly is a great pattern for the north Atlantic salon. Works perfect int the midsummer and the fall. However the fly will catch more fish than only salmon. It' may hook you up with a pretty brown or-, seatrout too. Tied as a micro fly it's great edition of it for low water season and difficult circumstances on the river. Simple to tie and totally worth keeping a few in your box when you go fishing!


Author: George Ross.
Hook: Mustad treble #18.
Thread: Semperfli Nano Silk 50D black.
Body: The hook shank naked.
Wing: Black Squirrel.
Head: UV Solarez Bone Cure.

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