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Silver and Green Bead Buzzer Fly

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About the Silver and Green Bead Buzzer Trout Fly

The Silver and Green Bead Buzzer is semi- transparent to replicate the gaseous body of the natural just before hatching.

It is best used for fishing near to the surface film. Retrieve very slowly with occasional quicker movement to give a rising and falling action.

Country of origin for this trout fly: England

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

Pattern Dressings

  • Hook : Kamasan B100.
  • Thread : Green.
  • Thorax Cover : Green flexibody.
  • Breathers : White wool or similar.
  • Thorax : Glass beads one black and one orange.
  • Body : Silver lined glass beads, spaced with ultra lace, or similar, colour green. Cut into lengths of approx 1/2 mm.
  • Tail : Fluorescent white floss, secure with green thread.

Attach thread at hook eye and secure thorax cover pointing over eye. Attach breather with figure eight thread pattern, fasten thread and remove. Locate beads onto hook. Attach coloured thread behind thorax, pull thorax cover to rear and secure. If required, run thread along hook shank to facilitate snug fit for body beads, fasten and remove thread. Attach coloured thread at rear of body and tie in tail, fasten and remove. Varnish thread at tail.

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