Published Nov 19. 2022 - 2 weeks ago
Updated or edited Nov 19. 2022

Red Francis

Without doubt one of my favourite salmon fishing flies. Red Francis shrimp pattern can be tied on the smallest double and treble hooks and the largest heavy tubes in various colours.A pattern that will work when nothing else will!

Hook: Mustad Heritage DL71UP # 8
Tying thread: Sheer 14/0 red
Feelers: Stripped cock hackles
Beard: Pheasant tail
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Red natural dubbing
Hackle: Red/brown cock hackle

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