Published Jul 4. 2022 - 6 months ago
Updated or edited Jul 4. 2022

Yellow CDL Matuka

The Matuka style of flies originates from New Zealand and unlike traditional feathe-winged flies, the Matuka flies are characterized by the feathers being secured with a rib along the hook shaft - this ensures a much more durable streamer and a narrow profile that imitates baitfish perfectly. In this video we again have the skilled Danish fly tyer and fly fisherman Christian Krogh behind the tyingvice to demonstrate a nice little imitation of i.a. sticklebacks and gobys which is an important food base in his local trout waters - both freshwater and saltwater.

Yellow CDL Matuka
Hook: Ahrex NS156 # 6 - Traditional Shrimp
Thread: Black
Body: Largatun Flatbraid, Saffron Yellow & Salmo Supreme Dub, Pheasant Crest Gold
Rib: Fine oval gold tinsel
Wing: Coq De Leon hackles, yellow - back-to-back
Hackle: Coq De Leon hackle, yellow
Eyes: Fish Skull, Living Eyes 4 mm - Fire
Head: UV resin

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