Published Sep 25. 2022 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Sep 28. 2022

Peter Ross

Here we will be tying the fly Peter Ross but the pattern comes originally from Scotland like many great wet fly patterns.. The fly is a great option for both stream and stillwater fishing and the fly catches both brown trout and arctic char. Simple to tie and totally worth to keep few in your box when go fishing since it's a really good fly. No wonder that it's a classic pattern and has been a round for long time.

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Hook: Ahrex FW580 #10.
Thread: 8/0 black.
Tail: Golden pheasant.
Rib: Oval silver.
Body: ½ Flat silver tinsel & ½ red wool or aurora yarn, or dub.
Hackle/beard: Black rooster.
Wing: Mallard teal feather.
Head: Black.
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