About the Wonder Wing Stone Trout Fly
This beautiful and well balanced fly is attractive to both the trout and the angler.
Let your flies float gently down the water, work them gradually towards you, making a fresh cast every two or three yards. We do strictly recommend frequent casts for the quick repetition of casting keeps the fly lighter and drier than if they are left to float a longer time on the water.
William Shipley (1780).
Creator of this trout fly: Gary Coxon
Tier of this trout fly: Gary Coxon
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams, Still Water fish
- Hook : Size 14 - 12.
- Thread : Uni 8/0 Black.
- Tail : Black horse hair.
- Antennae : Black horse hair.
- Body : Any coarse dubbing (black/dark brown).
- Wing : Black cock hackle.
- Head : Fine black dubbing.
Wing tied in "wonder wing style". One single hackle, pulling fibres back in reverse makes this wing.
The same technique will also work when tying dry sedge.
Partridge code E1A.
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