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Pink Panther Bunny Leech Fly

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About the Pink Panther Bunny Leech Trout Fly

The Pink Panther Bunny Leech has loads of tantalizing movement in the rabbit tail, a fluorescent bead in the tail and stunning dumb bell eyes that reflect the light.

It is particularly good as a search pattern and attractor in small waters, lakes and slower sections of rivers.

It is a great pattern throughout the season.

Country of origin for this trout fly: England

This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water

Pattern Dressings

  • The length of the tail from the eye to the cut is 5cm for size 10 and 4cm for size 12.

Comments from other fly fishermen

The American version of the Bunny Leech, where the rest of the strip after the tail portion is wound right up the hook shank like a hackle creates a far more lifelike fly that fools fish even when it`s just sitting doing nothing. It`s got the best action in the water of any lure I`ve ever seen. In olive,grey,fawn or black it`s the most natural fish imitator there is. Trouble is that I can`t find this version on any English websites, just American ones. - Posted by on 21/10/2008

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