About the Kola Fire Salmon Atlantic Fly
The Kola Fire was created for use on the Kola Peninsula in Russia. It is attractive, colourful and sparkles which together with the remarkable movement created by the long tail makes it an extremely successful fish taker.
The Ken Sawada hook ensures that this pattern is reliable with larger fish and stronger takes.
Country of origin for this salmon atlantic fly: Russia
This salmon atlantic fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
- Hook : Ken Sawada Double 6-10.
- Tag : Flat gold tinsel.
- Tail : GP crest.
- Body : Rear half, fluorescent yellow floss, front half, red floss.
- Hackle : Yellow over red floss.
- Rib : Oval gold tinsel.
- Wing : 2 strands yellow Krystal flash, yellow arctic fox, yellow and chartreuse angel hair, insect green arctic fox, burgundy and chartreuse angel hair, burgundy and peacock angel hair, red arctic fox, 4 strands peacock herl, teal overall.
- Hackle : Red cock.
- Cheeks : Jungle cock.
- Head : Black.
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