About the Kola Vulcan Salmon Atlantic Fly
The Kola Vulcan 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.
Not only is this an attractive pattern, the Ken Sawada hooks ensures that the fly can handle big 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 : Oval gold tinsel.
- Tail : GP crest and teal.
- Butt : Red ostrich herl.
- Body : Ice blue Lagartun, or Kreinik, flat braid.
- Body Hackle : Ice blue cock hackle.
- Rib : Oval gold tinsel.
- Wing : 2 strands pearl flashabou, blue arctic fox, blue and silver holo, silver angel hair, red arctic fox, burgundy and peacock angel hair, black arctic fox, 4 strands peacock herl, teal overall.
- Hackle : Natural black cock.
- Cheeks : Jungle cock.
- Head : Black.
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