Published Oct 26. 2022 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Oct 26. 2022

Rubber Thief - AKA Gummityven

A mix of Høtyven and the ESL shrimp. Tested with success and very easy to tie. Try it.
Another fly tying tutorial from me and this time it’s GUMMITYVEN. Last weekend I was at a fly tying gathering with friends and Casper Hansen and I had a hard look at the famous and very nice fly Høtyven, which was invented by Troels Holstein Kaa. I have had success with the brown ESL Shrimp (by Kenneth Hejnfelt) lately so why not combine them both into GUMMITYVEN. It worked very well during that weekends fishing and definitely going to try it again. Check it out and subscribe for more
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Tight lines, Christian Krogh

Ahrex Light Stinger size 6
White Venus GSP thread
Raidzap uv resin
Easyshrimpeyes xs black and legs in dirty brown
Light tan STF dubbing
Spawn semi seal dub uv torch steel
Orange rubber legs
4B cape orange feathers from Whiting
Red/orange flash
Orange hot thread

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Martin Joergensen

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