About the Sinfoil's Fry Trout Fly
Sinfoil's Fry is a good imitation of fry and is best used around the margins, where big trout often come from out of the mysterious depths to feed on fry.
Ken Sinfoil, a reservoir water bailiff, was reputedly the first tyer known to use polythene when dressing a fly's body
Creator of this trout fly: Ken Sinfoil
Tier of this trout fly: Mandy Shelvey
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Still Water fish
- Hook : 8-12.
- Thread : Black.
- Underbody : Flat silver tinsel.
- Overbody : Clear polythene or similar.
- Thorax : Scarlet floss.
- Wing : Brown mallard fibre.
- Head : Build of black tying silk.
- Eyes : Paint on head, opional.
Wing is tied so the fibres angle over the back.
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