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Orange Bumble Fly

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About the Orange Bumble Trout Flies Fly

The Orange Bumble works well in bright sunny conditions when there is a light ripple on the surface of the water.

Expert Tip:

The idea behind dapping is to get the fly to skip across the waves or ripples.

A reasonable wind is a prerequisite, too little and the fly does not "work" properly, too strong and the whole thing becomes very difficult to control

As it is only the fly that touches the water the fish are unaware of any line being attached to it and they seem to find this skipping action of the fly tantalizing and irresistible, indeed, often they will come out of the water and attempt to take the fly in mid-air.

Creator of this trout flies fly: Robbie Winram

Tier of this trout flies fly: Robbie Winram

Country of origin for this trout flies fly: England

This trout flies fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish


  • Hook : 10-14.
  • Thread : Orange 8/0.
  • Tail : Glo-Brite orange floss.
  • Rib : Gold wire.
  • Body : Rear quarter orange seal's fur, three quarters amber Star Fire Hair.
  • Hackle : Palmered, two dyed hot orange grizzle cock.
  • Shoulder Hackle : Two turns of dyed hot orange partridge.

Partridge Limerick.

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