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The B.O.H. (Box of Horrors) Fly

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About the The B.O.H. (Box of Horrors) Trout Flies Fly

The The B.O.H. Nymph (Box of Horrors) was created out of pure fantasy one night when Chris Watson was just playing around with different materials trying to design some new patterns. It has a nymph like shape and movement.

A highly visible fly that is very good when stalking in clear water.

Creator of this trout flies fly: Chris Watson

Tier of this trout flies fly: Chris Watson

Country of origin for this trout flies fly: England

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

Dressings

  • Hook : 6-12.
  • Thread : White Galaxy Wonder Thread.
  • Weight : Fine square lead under thorax area only.
  • Tail : Cock pheasant centre tail fibres.
  • Under abdomen : Gold holographic tinsel.
  • Abdomen : Woven Roots Elite Lace, chartreuse underneath, fluorescent green on top.
  • Thorax cover : Clear flexiskin.
  • Legs : Olive Wigglys.
  • Eye : Rainbow black seed beads on heat blobbed heavy monofilament.
  • Thorax : Fluorescent green Superbright dubbing.
  • Colour tinting : Edding pen 11.
  • Head Cement : Roots Tuff Bond.

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