About the Blood Diver Trout Fly
The Blood Diver is a highly effective pattern for stillwater trout fishing. The weighted goldhead ensures that the fly sinks quickly, allowing it to reach the feeding zone of the fish.
The fly's name comes from its design, which imitates a small bloodworm, a common prey item for trout in stillwaters. The leggy bloodworm design creates a tantalizing movement that simulates the natural motion of a struggling insect, making it irresistible to hungry trout.
This fly is especially effective when fished with a slow retrieve, allowing the fly to move in a lifelike manner through the water column. The Blood Diver is a go-to pattern for many stillwater anglers and should have a place in any fly box targeting trout.
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water
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