Dry Fly Dyret The Animal

Dry Fly Dyret The Animal

One new(to me) dry fly pattern from Norway, easy and fast to tie up and maybe this thing will catch some graylings and trouts in this summer.

Hook, short #12

Thread, Vevus Brown

Tail, Comparadun Hair from Deer, going from tail to front.

Hackle, Howard Hackle Grizzly Saddle, cut the hackle under the body.

Body, Brown Super Fine Dry Fly dubbing, i have tied green, olive and amber so you can change that what ever you like.

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Dry Fly Sumari

Dry Fly Sumari

Easy and very fast to tie Sumari Fly pattern with cdc wing, works well on early spring when those little flyis are hatching.

Thread, 8/0 Uni Black

Hook, Short #10

Body, Ostrich Herl Black

Wing, Natural Cdc

Hackle, HowardHackle Grizzly Dry Fly Saddle.

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Dry Fly Parachute Adams Variant

Dry Fly Parachute Adams Variant

Here is one easy dry fly what is fished all over from US to North Europe Adams and this one is Parachute Adams variant. You can make different size from 10 to 24, mostly tied on 14-16 hooks.

Hook, short #10

Thread, Black 8/0 Uni

Tail, Brown cock hackle feather.

Body, grey fox dupping, i have made my own with coffee blender.

Wing, Polypropylen yarn and Howardhackles dry fly saddle Grizzly

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Dry Fly SuperPupa

Dry Fly SuperPupa

My versio of Dry Fly SuperPupa this one with cdc back.

Hook, Fullingmills #12

Thread, Black Textreme 8/0

Body, Own dubbing blend, Green CDC + Green Antron + Olive Antron, front body Dark Brown Antron.

Hackle, HowardHackle Grizzly

Cut down from back side and under and twist the cdc on top, you can make this fly wihtout cdc on top…

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Dry Fly Black Foam Ant

Dry Fly Black Foam Ant

Here is one of the many Ant patterns, this one is easy to tie and will work fine for trouts. You can change the color scheme easy and pink versio works well with graylings.

Hook, FullingMills #12 2x

Thread, Black Textreme 8/0

Body, back side Foam under Peacock Herl

Hackle, HowardHackle Grizzly Saddle

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Nymph Special

Nymph Special

Here is two nymph patterns that i have tied, both are pretty easy to tie and will get some fish.

Brown MayFly Nymph

Hook, Fullingmill #10.

Thread, Uni black 8/0.

Tail, 3x Moose body hair.

Back  Body, part brown antron with gold wire ribbing.

Front Body, On top pheasant for cap part and natural hen under it for legs, dubbed with black fox dubbing.

 

Brown Hare’s Ear Nymph

Hook, short #10.

Thread, Uni black 8/0.

Tail, Hare’s mask longger hair.

Body, Brown/rusty colored hare’s mask and ear.

Front, Black fox and gold bead.

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Wet Fly Pink Shrimp

Wet Fly Pink Shrimp

Here is one of my little Pink Shrimp, easy and fast to tie. This one is lead weighted over the hook.

Hook, #8 Kamasan B175

Thread, Textreme Twisted White

Tail, (Mouth part) from bottom to up, Flashabou, Mallard and Partridge, to give some point to the mouth part.

Body, Add some shrimp eyes to back, eyes what i have used on this are from monofil line and black varnish. Body dubbing, Own dubbing blend made from pink and pearl colored wool. Done with dubbing loop to give some transparency to this fly.

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Streaking Caddis

Streaking Caddis

One of the fly dry caddis patterns that i use in north part of Lapland, easy to tie and dont sink that easy in fast waters. This pattern is used lots in Sweden too.

Hook, Akita 591BL #8

Thread, Uni 8/0 Black

Body, mix of Green Rabbit and shiny Green Antron

Wing, Reindeer, you can use deer aswell, just cut to the caddis shape and you are done.

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Wet Fly Green Larva

Wet Fly Green Larva

One of the basic larva fly patterns for river deeps. You can use different colors for this what ever you prefer from tan, cream to dark green and for ribbing you can use monofil line or different color wires and even add some holographic tinsel under the scud back.

Hook, Mustad 37160 #12 or any other bended hooks

Thread, Black Uni 8/0

Back, Body Stretch 4mm Green

Ribbing, Silver Wire

Body, Light Olive nymph blend, Darker Olive nymph blend and for me Black Fox dup with dupping loop.

Use some black marker for back in head area. I used some Leadwire to give some weight for this one, you can varie the weights for different rivers with this fly.

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