Published Feb 25. 2023 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Feb 26. 2023

Teal and Black

Here we will be tying the famous fly pattern Teal and black. The fly is originally from the United Kingdom and it has a sister pattern called Black Pennell that's reminds a lot to the original Teal and black pattern. The fly Teal and black is a classic wet fly pattern that's excellent for fishing for brown trout and Arctic char here in Iceland. The fly can be used with good results both in stream and still-water fishing and it's relatively simple to tie and totally worth to keep few in your box when go fishing.


Author: Unknown.
Hook: Ahrex FW560 #12.
Thread: UNI 8/0 black.
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet.
Rib: UNI oval silver.
Body: Black wool, black dub.
Beard: Black rooster or hen.
Wing: Mallard flank.
Head: UV Solarez Bone Dry.

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