NS110 – STREAMER S/E

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AHREX - Sunburst Sonic Muddler - tied by Morten Valeur

This version is one of Morten’s favourite flies for fall fishing for searun brown in the Scandinavian streams. It is tied on an Ahrex NS110 which is a relatively heavy hook. The added weight of the disc gives the fly a better balance – and the sonic disc sends out vibration and sound that makes … Continue reading "AHREX – Sunburst Sonic Muddler – tied by Morten Valeur"
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Fat Bugger (Black'n'silver) - tied by Michael Jensen

Streamer fly for trout, perch, bass and other predators. It has got a jigging action and lots of movement and flash. I like this color combo – especially for night fishing and dark days. It’s just an amazing searching pattern for rivers as well as lakes.
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AHREX - Speckled Shrimp - Tied by Henrik Kure Nielsen

Henrik Kure ties a Speckled Shrimp, one of his favourite saltwater flies, on an Ahrex NS 110 hook.
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Amber Fish Skull Bucktail - tied by Michael Jensen

Amber and rusty coloured baitfish imitation, that has got a jigging nosediving action thanks to the fish skull. This one is tied on an Ahrex saltwater hook, but the fly is equally efficient in freshwater. I use it for brown trout, sea trout (sea run brown), sea bass – and perch and pike.
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Yellow Monster Bugger - articulated streamer - tied by Michael Jensen

Lean, mean and with a color that make big trout go bananas :0) Slimline articulated streamer fly, that makes a good alternative to the more compact sculpin style articulated streamers. It’s an easy tie, the materials are cheap and it’s a killer (even though we probably release most of the fish anyway ;0)
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Bacon Snack - articulated streamer - tied by Michael Jensen

My take on a large articulated streamer fly. It’s a Zonker style tie using muskrat fur strips for the wing, and Woolly Sparkle Dub for the head/shoulder build up. Has proven super effective for most predators – especially for brown trout and sea run brown.