About the Hamill's Killer Trout Flies Fly
Hamill's Killer is a popular pattern from New Zealand representing small fish such as a bully.
Success can be found when close to It is also a good fly for harling around weed beds.
This lure was developed in the 1960’s by Bill Hamill, the founder of Hamill's Sports. it was designed as a killer fly when fishing Lake Rerewhakaaitu trout.
Used mainly for still water fishing though is also effective when wet lining slower river waters. Retrieve with a smooth pull followed by short pauses.
Creator of this trout flies fly: Bill Hamill
Country of origin for this trout flies fly: New Zealand
This trout flies fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water fish
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