Published Mar 3. 2022 - 4 months ago
Updated or edited Mar 3. 2022

Racoon Spey Edition

Spring is just around the corner, and here in Scandinavians we are looking forward to our beloved coastal fishing no longer means gloves and warm clothes and ice cold water. As the water gets warmer, the coastal areas begins to be filled with life, among other things. shrimp occur in larger numbers and the sea trouts go on shrimp-hunt. While the water can still be a little cold, a fly like the Racoon Spey Edition can be extremely effective with its long soft hackle fibers from the spey feathers and the fluo red dubbing part can create a good striking-point on the fly. We have again had Danish flytying and flyfishing guide Jesper Lindquist Andersen behind the flytyingvice and demonstrate his abilities.

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger # 6
Thread: Fl. Red UTC
Weigth: Bead-chain eyes, black
Tail: Whiting Spey grizzly fibres
Body: Fl. red and natural seals fur
Hackle: Whiting Spey grizzly

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