Published Jan 28. 2017 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018


Articulated trout streamer designed and tied by Swedish Andreas Andersson. Sid is named after the funny ground sloth from the movie Ice Age - due to the similarities in head shape. The flat front head and the sharp cut edges makes this fly dive and wiggle. Andreas tied this fly on the Ahrex TP650 – 26 Degree Bent Streamer, that is designed specially for Sid, Drunk & Disorderly and other flies requiring a bend hook shank. Andreas was a vital part of the team that designed this hook.

Rear hook: Ahrex PR320 Predator Stinger #1/0
Thread: White
Body: Silver UV Polar Chenille
Zonker wing: Magnum Rabbit Strip – white/black barred
Back: Mallard flank feather

Connection: Coated Steel Wire
Beads: Two 6 mm plastic beads

Front hook: Ahrex TP650 26 Bent Streamer #2/0
Thread: White
Body: Silver UV Polar Chenille
Wing: Magnum Rabbit Strip – white/black barred
Gills: Crystal Hackle, Fl. Flame Red
Shoulders: White arctic fox tail
Legs: Silicone – pearl/silver barred
Thread: Veevus G.S.P. 200, White
Head: White deer hair
Eyes: 7 mm 3D Eyes white
Add flexible UV Resin to the deer hair head for durability

Martin Joergensen

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