Published Jan 28. 2017 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018

Sisu

Articulated trout streamer designed and tied by Swedish Andreas Andersson. Sisu will work for a wide variety of other predators - including pike, musky and bass. Andreas tied this fly on the Ahrex TP610 – Trout Predator Streamer, a hook designed with large predator trout in mind. Andreas was a vital part of the team that designed this hook.

Rear hook: Ahrex PR320 Predator Stinger #1/0
Thread: White
Tail/rear: 2 white saddle feathers and white Craft Fur
Shoulder/front: White Bucktail – Purple Flash – Grey Craft Fur

Connection: Coated Steel Wire
Beads: 6 mm plastic beads and a skull bead

Front hook: Ahrex TP610 Trout Predator #2/0
Thread: White
Tail/rear: White bucktail – grey Craft Fur
Shoulder/front: Hot pink Craft Fur (all around the hook)– blue bucktail, grey Craft Fur, olive bucktail (on top of the shank) - white Craft Fur, olive Craft Fur, purple Flash
Head/eyes: Fish-Skull Baitfish Heads, large or medium, dark grey

Originator: 
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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