Published Aug 27. 2020 - 3 months ago

Pudding House

This traditional Welsh wet fly works well in a sedge hatch or as a more general prospecting fly. It's not particularly flashy or bright, but it certainly looks like food. To support my channel and enter the giveaways head to and become a patron or support through

Materials List
Hook: Kamasan B175 or B170 size 10&12
Thread: Uni 8/0 red
Rib: Globrite no.4
Body: Hare's fur dubbing
Hackle: Brown partridge
Wing: Slips from hen pheasant primary

The original pattern calls for bright red silk as the rib, but I like the effect of the Globrite. In George Barron's book, he lists a pattern with a red holographic rib which is a nice variation too.

Martin Joergensen

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