Published Mar 3. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 21. 2018

Shades of Green

My own pattern inspired by the fabulous Woolly Bugger and Scandinavian sea trout flies like the Magnus. The name... well it is pretty green and at first i just called it "the green fly." But as it turned out this green bastard caught so many sea trout during it's first days of action, that I had to give it a name. And there was this erotic movie, that seemed to be on every media at that time so....
Anyway green is great for silvery trout, so try it out. I know the trout like it, and I hope you will too.

Martin Joergensen


pjeversman's picture

This looks a lot like Dave's...

This looks a lot like Dave's NearNuff Sculpin. The video is on this site in the pattern library. I'm thinking that changing the color pattern to white and using plastic bead chain eyes would make this a good snook fly.


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