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Garry Dog BMD Fly

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About the Garry Dog BMD Salmon Atlantic Fly

The Garry Dog BMD is a variant of the successful Garry Dog pattern that is very useful in coloured water.

It is reputed to have been born in a tackle shop where a visiting minister was asked for some hair from his accompanying Golden Retriever’s tail which was then used to form part of the wing of a fly being tied on the premises. The fly was named after the dog who was called Garry.




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It is reputed to have been born in a tackle shop where a visiting minister was asked for some hair from his accompanying Golden Retriever’s tail which was then used to form part of the wing of a fly being tied in the premises. The fly was named after the dog who was called Garry.

Country of origin for this salmon atlantic fly: Scotland

This salmon atlantic fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams

Dressings

  • Hook : BMD 14.
  • Tag : Fine oval silver tinsel and fluorescent yellow. No.10 Glo Brite floss.
  • Tail : Golden pheasant topping.
  • Body : Black floss silk.
  • Rib : Oval silver tinsel.
  • Wing : Few fibres of bright red calf tail overlaid with bright yellow calf tail.
  • Throat : Dyed blue guinea fowl.
  • Head : Black.

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