Published Feb 3. 2023 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Feb 3. 2023

Sparkle Corixa

Corixa is a small water living bug, that is super important for trout and other fish in stillwaters. Corixas are common in ponds, lakes and in some slow flowing rivers as well. They are available for the trout year round, also in winter and early spring where other food are hard to find.
In this video we show how to tie a convincing imitation of this important bug. This version is weighted and works best fished on a floating line, and with a long leader.

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Sparkle Corixa
Hook: Wetfly #10 (10-18)
Thread: Red -
Back: Golden pheasant cock center tail feather (or pheasant cock center tail feather) -
Weight: Leadfree round wire -
Body: My special corixa sparkle blend dubbing (any golden olive dubbing will do)
Legs: Pheasant cock center tail feather -

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