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Tube Red and Yellow Fly

Hook Size

  • 100


Tube Type

  • Copper


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  • 1-3 Days
  • 3 Pack: $13.59 inc VAT
  • 12 Pack: $45.30 inc VAT (12 flies for the price of 10)
  • Selection Total: $13.59 inc VAT

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About the Tube Red and Yellow Salmon Atlantic Fly

A bright and vibrant fly for use in coloured water when the fish need all the help they can get to see the fly.

Expert Tip:

Brass tubes are very popular for Salmon fishing in heavy water in Icelandand the rest of the world. These tubes will sink very well and are therefore heavy for casting. Preferable to use on double handed rods or large single handed rods. The 1” tubes are very good all summer but the 1 ½” in heavier water in spring and floods. Some fishermen prefer lighter tubes tied on Aluminium tubes, there fore the most popular tubes are also tied on aluminium tubes. These are much easier to cast with single handed rods but will not sink as well. Dr. Jonas Jonasson

Country of origin for this salmon atlantic fly: Norway

This salmon atlantic fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams

Dressings

  • Brass tubes sizes 1" & 1.5"
  • Tail : Top half - Red bucktail
  • Tail : Bottom half - Yellow bucktail and silver crystal hair
  • Body : Black wool
  • Hackle : Black cock
  • Head : Black

Comments from other fly fishermen

This tube is called Snaelda and is an Icelandic fly. The only difference is that in the original there is also black bucktail in the tail. - Posted by on 24/09/2008

this fly does not come from Norway the guy that made this fly is called Grímur and he his Icelandic and the fly comes from Iceland. And fly name Snælda they are made many colures but this is called Germany snælda. best regards Acefly - Posted by on 29/09/2008

Hi Acefly, we'll look into it. - Posted by on 12/11/2008

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