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Beadie Bloodworm Fly

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About the Beadie Bloodworm Trout Flies Fly

The Beadie Bloodworm represents the natural which is an important food source for trout.

This pattern is best used for tempting trout in the upper layers of water. Allow it to sink very slowly and retrieve slowly with a twitching action sufficient to activate tail.

This fly is often taken on the drop.

Country of origin for this trout flies fly: England

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


  • Hook : Kamasan B100 size 12.
  • Thread : Red.
  • Eyes : Red monofilament, heated at ends.
  • Tail : Red marabou, not too heavy.
  • Body : Red glass beads.

Comments from other fly fishermen

This fly is great, a fellow fisherman gave me this fly next to the water and only with an hour fishing left and very difficult conditions I took 5 3 pound rainbows, great, but sadly my fly is ruined and cant seem to find where I can buy some more of these? Is it possible to buy them through you and this site??? please reply, regards Brad - Posted by on 10/11/2007

Unfortunately we do not stock this fly pattern, but we may supply it in future if we have demand for it. - Posted by on 25/11/2007

Sorry, as you can see above we've had this fly in stock for a while now, we have just forgotten to update the comments! Sorry for the confusion :) - Posted by on 23/06/2009

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