Published Feb 2. 2024 - 5 months ago
Updated or edited Feb 2. 2024

SloMotion Shrimp

A shrimp fly that neither floats nor sinks... Yes, this crispy shrimp fly gives you a float in the water like no other traditional saltwater flies. Here you get a fly that is suspended and can be fished in slow motion. SloMotion Shrimp is a shrimp fly that is perfect for the coasts and fjords, and with its foam back has a unique property of hanging weightlessly in the water column, without sinking or floating on top. The fly is still lightly weighted on the underside, which makes the fly always go perfectly in the water. In this video we have had Jesper Lindquist Andersen to demonstrate thie effective fly in one of his favorite colors.

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger
Thread: Tan UTC
Weight: Lead free wire
Rib: Nylon
Tail: Teal fibre, Tan Craftfur, Chartreuse Rizz Fibre
Butt: Light Shade Rainbow Scud Dub mixed with Hot Mangma yellow SSS dub and badger hackle fibres on top
Eyes: Brown Easy Shrimp Eyes
Body: Light Shade Rainbow Scud Dub
Hackle: Grizzly hackle
Back: 2 mm tan Foam Shrimp Shield

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