About the Cray Fish Trout Fly
Many more waters than you might think have a population of Crayfish
Creator of this trout fly: Alan Bithell
Tier of this trout fly: Alan Bithell
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams, Still Water fish
- Hook : Long shank 8 or 10
- Thread : Any strong
- Tail : Two bunches of natural brown bucktail tied in a V
- Body : Grey poly dubbing
- Palmered Hackle : Grizzle
- Eyes : Small dumbell eyes of bead chain
Start the thread run down the shank to a point opposite the barb. Tie in a large bunch of natural brown bucktail and split into a v with figure of eight wraps.
Tie in the eyes and lock for extra security fix in place with a mixture of 1/3 sillica sand and 2/3 epoxy.
Tie in a grixxle hackle at the root of the tail bu its tip. Dub the body forward to the eye and wind the palmered hackle. Tie off and whip finish.
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