Published Feb 16. 2021 - 1 month ago

MO Shrimp

In this video we have shrimps on the menu…
Take a look in the box of every flyfisher fishing the salt - weather it is tropical flyfishing on the flats for bonefish or the Scandinavian coastalfishing for sea run browns, - shrimp-patterns is allways present in the box.
One of the men behind Ahrex Hooks and coastal flyfisherman for more than 40 years, Morten Valeur, will this time guide you through his all-time favorite fly - the “Mo’s Shrimp” for the coastal flyfishing, and explain all the details and techniques he uses.
Simple, super-effective and the result of many hours of fishing and flytying has created this amazing pattern.

Mo’s Shrimp
Hook: Ahrex NS156
Thread: White
Body: Dubbing mix: Polar Dub/STF dub 75% Tan, 23% Light Olive and 2% Ice Dub Pearl
Eyes: Black Mono Eyes
Antennae: Ultra Hair in Polar Bear color
Back: Dubbing mix: Polar Dub/STF dub 75% Dark Tan, 25% Brown

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Martin Joergensen
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