Published Jul 18. 2021 - 3 months ago

Mottled Leach

The Mottled Leach is a small worm fly with a weighted head and marabou tail which give the fly a very lively movement in both still as well as running water. Give it a try in other colors than the shown mottled brown - hot colors like orange, yellow or white perhaps combined with black can really provoke the fish to take but on the other hand more natural colors like olive, black and brown can be the trick for more spooky fish. This time we once again had Jesper Lindquist Andersen behind the vice to show another easy to tie yet very effective for alll sorts of flyfishing.

Hook: Ahrex FW580 Wet Fly #10
Head: Metallic Red cyclops 4 mm.
Thread: Brown UTC
Tail: Mottled marabou
Body: Rainbow Dub, Dark Shade

Rib: Nylon

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Martin Joergensen
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