About the Brown Long Legged Gnat Trout Fly
The Brown Long Legged Gnat is particularly successful on still or sluggish water. Gnats thrive in that environment and although they may seem like a plague when they emerge, often in large hatches, on warm summer evenings they are a staple food for trout.
Roger Woolly, author of ' The Fly Fisher's Flies', (1938) honed his skills on the streams of Derbyshire.
He was an expert on both trout and Grayling flies and throughout his 60+ years of tying flies he never used a vice.
Creator of this trout fly: Roger Woolly
Tier of this trout fly: Mandy Shelvey
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams, Still Water
- Hook : 14-18.
- Thread : Brown tying silk.
- Body : Brown tying silk.
- Thorax : Knob of brown wool or fur.
- Wing : Grizzle hackle points, stiff.
- Hackle : Red grizzle cock hackle.
The hackle must be long and wound sparingly, two or three turns.
Partridge L3B Captain Hamilton Dry Fly Up Eye.
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