About the Black and Red Snatcher Trout Fly
The Black and Red Snatcher is one of the very versatile Snatcher series that work particularly well when the trout are patrolling the upper layers of the water.
Although it was originally developed as an imitation of the large buzzer pupae on Scottish Lochs it does work its magic on most still waters where there are trout.
When fish are feeding just sub-surface, but not taking dries, two snatchers fished just under, on a light leader, can often be really successful.
Fish the snatcher in the same way as a buzzer.
A slow figure of eight with the occasional 'pull' can give you a great day's sport.
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water
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