About the Brown Bivisible Trout Fly
The Brown Bivisible is a fly that can be seen floating high on the roughness of a busy stream. It is also visible during the last hour leading to dusk and for the fisherman whose eyes have lost the keen edge of youth.
Creator of this trout fly: Edward R Hewitt
Tier of this trout fly: Allen Podell
Country of origin for this trout fly: America - Catskill
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
- Hook : 12-14.
- Thread : Black or white.
- Tail : Brown.
- Body : Brown hackle, palmered from front to rear.
- Rib : Thread or wire, to reinforce body hackle.
- Hackle : White.
The white hackle is tied in and placed two turns in front of the brown hackle.
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