Published Nov 8. 2021 - 9 months ago
Updated or edited Nov 8. 2021

Racoon Winter Edition

The coastfly called Racoon is a classic along the coasts of Denmark and especially around the island of Funen (Editor's note: It's originally a Norwegian pattern as described here). We have put local guide, flytyer and flyfisher Jesper Lindquist Andersen behind the vice to demonstrate his spiced-up version for the upcoming cold periode. The pink dubbing and the dark grey color of the fly have made the fly more visible in the water and it seems that the sea trout more easily find this coastal fly when the water is cold during the winter.

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger # 4
Thread: Grey UTC
Weigth: Bead-chain eyes, black
Tail: Grizzly fibres + pink Crystal Flash
Body: SLF Saltwater fl. pink + Hareline Light Shade Rainbow dubbing
Hackle: Grizzly hackle

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