Published Jan 27. 2023 - 1 year ago

Simple Nayat Baitfish

A good-looking baitfish imitation does not have to be super-realistic, complicated to tie or consist of expensive and hard-to-find materials in order to tempt predatory fish - often it is the shape and movement that create the realistic image of a fleeing baitfish that can trigger even the most discerning predatory fish. The use of the long and soft nayat hair has become very popular in recent years for particularly large transparent baitfish-patterns, and we had the skilled predator fly fisherman and fly tyer Sander Zuidinga in the studio to tie his simple but highly effective Simple Nayat Baitfish - uncomplicated, durable and the completely proper shape is the key words in this pattern.

Hook: Ahrex NS172 Curved Gammarus # 2
Thread: White UTC 70 D
Body: Tan Nayat
Sides: Pearl Flashabou Lateral Scale
Wing: Aztec Gold Nayat
Eye: 3D silver

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Martin Joergensen

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