Published Mar 8. 2023 - 2 months ago
Updated or edited Mar 8. 2023

Trångfors Streamer

Our Swedish flytyer and flyfisher Håkan Karsnäser is, in addition to a skilled and creative flytyer, also a person who thinks simple and effective flies for his fishing in the Swedish lakes and rivers. A few years ago, he lived close to a Swedish river where he tied this heavy streamer in colors that matched the surroundings and the color of the river. The requirements were a simple fly tied on a heavy hook and with colors in orange, gold and black - the result was Trångfors Streamer which has lured the river's large trout in the deepest pools several times.

Hook: Ahrex XO720 – Patagon Bos Taurus # 4
Thread: Black 10/0 Veevus
Tail: Black squirrel tail
Ribbing: Oval copper wire
Body: Veevus gold holographic tinsel
Wing: Black squirrel tail and red Crystal Flash
Hackle: Orange guniea fowl

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