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Golden Temple Dog Fly

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About the Golden Temple Dog Salmon Atlantic Fly

The Golden Temple Dog is a standout fly from the famous Temple Dog series and is renowned for its fantastic movement in the water. Tied on a copper tube, this pattern features a holographic gold body that creates a flashy and eye-catching illusion in the water.

The Golden Temple Dog is a superb autumn fly that works well in coloured and peaty waters, making it an excellent choice for anglers looking to target Atlantic Salmon. Its flashy appearance is sure to draw the attention of any fish, making it a great choice for anglers looking to make the most of their fishing experience.

Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, the Golden Temple Dog is a must-have pattern for targeting salmon. Its high-quality materials and effective design make it a great investment for any angler's fly box.

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

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