About the Hairy Mary JC BMD Salmon Atlantic Fly
The Hairy Mary JC on a big mouth double is a modern day variant of one of the earliest hairwing patterns, dating back to around 1950, when it was in use on northern rivers such as the Ness and Conon. Its design is attributed to Johnny Reidpath, an Inverness tackle merchant. In its simplicity, this fly is in marked contrast to the highly complex creations of the previous century, yet no less effective in luring Salmon.
Country of origin for this salmon atlantic fly: Scotland
This salmon atlantic fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
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