This is Allan’s take on a classic Danish seatrout fly, designed by the late Ken Bonde Larsen. Allan’s fly as well as Ken’s original use the beautiful golden pheasant body hackles to great effect. The fly is meant as a ragworm imitation, but works well as a shrimp pattern as well.
Classic wet fly tied by John Lind Rasmussen. The nine flies in The Krogsgaard Series are some of the most famous Danish flies, and was originated nearly hundred years ago. This series of flies was designed by Hardy Bros. England – but the British designs were based on a large survey of the insects that … Continue reading "AHREX – Krogsgaard No. 9 – tied by John Lind Rasmussen"
New version of my Woolhead Sculpin. This one is made entirely of Woolly Sparkle Dub (well… and a hook, some thread and a pair of 3D eyes). I’m using the Ahrex Deep Streamer, which is perfect for these saltwater streamers… and kind of classy looking as well. Hope you guys like it :0)
This is the illegitimate offspring from a romance between a Fur Leech and a Woolly Bugger. Not really rocket science – but the dubbing loop technique give a lot of options for mixing colours, structures and materials. I use Woolly Sparkle Dub, which is a natural wool dubbing with some subtle sparkle in it. You … Continue reading "Loopy Leech – tied by Michael Jensen"
Small version of the classic Boss. Originally the body material was floss or wool, but chenille is a great alternative if you want a fat profile. I use squirrel hair on small hook and bucktail on large. The hackle can be orange or red… or anything in between (reddish orange).