Published Jul 19. 2023 - 1 year ago

NZ Trico

Detailed instructions for tying an NZ Trico with a New Zealand wool wing.
Recipe:
Hook:  Your favorite dry-fly hook (here, a Fulling Mill 5050), sizes 20-24.
Thread: Black Veevus, 16/0.
Tails: 3 white or light gray Mayfly Tails or Microfibbets.
Body:  Tying thread.
Wing: White New Zealand strike-indicator wool.
Thorax: Black Superfine dubbing.

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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