About the Bi-Vis Tadpole Trout Fly
The Bi-Vis Tadpole is a cracking tadpole pattern for days when daphnia have badly coloured the water and trout are reluctant to feed on anything else. Its bright colour shows up well in these murky conditions.
To maintain the best contact with the fly, keep the rod tip low and no more than 300 mm (1 foot) above the surface of the water, and the rod pointed straight along the line of retrieve.
Creator of this trout fly: Robbie Winram
Tier of this trout fly: Robbie Winram
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish
- Hook : 10-14.
- Thread : Spraton fluorescent orange.
- Tail : Hot orange marabou, overlaid with four or five strands of Spirit River holographic gold Maylar Motion.
- Abdomen : GEM bi-visible orange chenille.
- Thorax Cover : Hot orange antron floss.
- Thorax : Spraton fluorescent orange thread overwrapped with medium or wide pearl tinsel.
- Head : Build up of Spraton fluorescent orange thread.
Tie the tail long.
Drennan 2X Traditional Wet.
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