Published Feb 4. 2022 - 7 months ago
Updated or edited Feb 5. 2022

UV Snail Fly

Here we will be tying a special build fly called UV Kuðungur. This creature is suppose to imitate a (l. Radix Balthica). This fly is good for places like Þingvellir and other lakes that have fish feeding on the creature. The video also show you how to work with UV resin in general.

Pattern
Author: Ívar Örn Hauksson.
Hook: Ahrex FW540 nr. 8
Thread: 8/0 black.
Body: Natural peacock hearl, 5-6 strands.
Head: Black.

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