Published Jul 4. 2022 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Jul 12. 2022

Mini Sid

The movement of the fly often has a very big impact on the fly and its ability to fool the fish. The Swedish deer-hair specialist, and streamer-dude Andreas Andersson has been involved in the development of the entire Ahrex Trout Predator series, and the streamer hook with the bent (26 degree Bent Streamer) is his special design. In this video, he ties one of his signature flies "Sid” on this very hook, where the head consists of deer hair - trimmed in the shape for optimal movement in the water.

Hook: TP650 - 26 Degree Bent Streamer
Thread: Fl. Red UTC and 200D GSP
Tail: Grey rabbitstrip with black barrings
Body: UV Silver & Yellow Polarchenille
Head: Belly deer-hair, gray
Eyes: 3D Epoxy Eyes
Finish: Epoxy glue

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Ahrex Blog: https://ahrexhooks.com/blog/

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Martin Joergensen
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