Published Jun 4. 2022 - 9 months ago

Partridge Matuka

A small sparse-tied neutral-colored baitfish imitation can be super effective when the hunt takes place with streamers for predator fish especially the ones hunting small baitfish. In this video we have had the skilled flytyer and flyfisherman Christian Krogh behind the vice, tying a nice little matuka with the spotted feathers from the partridge as wing and hackle material - simple, beautiful and a true "fish-magnet".

Hook: Ahrex NS156 # 8 - Traditional Shrimp
Thread: Black
Rib: Largatun, Peacock oval tinsel
Body: Senyo Laserdub, Darktan
Wing: Partridge feathers ”back-to-back”
Hackle: Partridge
Eyes: Fish Skull, Living Eyes - Earth
Head: Clear UV resin and fl. red spot

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