About the Olive Peacock Montana Trout Fly
A Montana variant from the 1980s.
Fish very often take Montana nymphs when they are fished slowly along the bottom of a lake bed. Whether it be in the cold of winter or the heat of the summer try those deep holes.
In fly tying we create illusions for ourselves as well as the trout.
Chris James, Still Water Fly Fishing for Trout (1994).
Creator of this trout fly: Elwyn R Davies
Tier of this trout fly: E R Davies
Country of origin for this trout fly: Wales
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish
- Hook : Size 6 - 10.
- Thread : Olive.
- Tail : Tip of olive marabou feather.
- Body : 3 strands of peacock herl.
- Thorax : Olive seal's fur.
- Wing case : Black feather fibres, shine side up.
- Hackle/legs : Olive cock.
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