About the Klink n Dink Trout Fly
The Klink n Dink is used in conjunction with a popular nymphing technique that involves fishing a team of two flies, with a buoyant dry fly on top and a weighted nymph below, allowing the angler to fish the upper and lower levels of the water column.
The Klink n Dink is one of the Klinkhammer patterns that are excellent at bringing fish up, designed to be used as a dropper fly to be fished in conjunction with additional patterns on the same rig. The ring tied securely to the curve on the hook makes this easy to tie a tippet to, keeping the tippet away from the hook itself, thus preventing problems when hooking fish.
When fishing in tandem, this dry fly can be used as an indicator when fishing alongside a weighted or beaded nymph, and has the ability to catch fish on either of the fishing flies used, making it an increasingly popular method of fishing on either rivers or still water fisheries.
This is a great way to tempt fish that are feeding on nymphs higher in the water to rise to a dry fishing fly.
Creator of this trout fly: Malcom Anderson
Country of origin for this trout fly: Scotland
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water
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