About the Gujo Sakasa-Kebari Trout Fly
The Gujo Sakasa-Kebari is a reversed hackle fly that is just one of the many variants of the Tenkara Fly. It is a wet fly intended for use in both slow and fast flowing streams.
The Japanese fly fishing "Tenkara" originated in mountain villages and has been handed down as a way of occupational fishing from olden times.
Creator of this trout fly: Unknown
Tier of this trout fly: Yoshikazu Fujioka
Country of origin for this trout fly: Japan
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Lakes, Rivers & Streams
- Hook : Japanese bait hook 'Gamakatsu Masu' size 7. It has no eye so make them using yarn.
- Substitute Hook : 8-10.
- Thread : Brown.
- Body : Cotton of flowering fern.
- Hackle : Brown neck hackle.
Hackles are tied in reverse.
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