Does the world really need more shrimp patterns? Well… sure it does. And if for some reason you should doubt that statement, all you gotta do is check out todays fly tying sbs, where Danish fly tier and fly fisherman Morten Jensen ties his Amber Shrimp.
Way back when I started flyfishing for seatrout in saltwater on the Danish coast… few people did that. There wasn’t many fly patterns developed for this new fishing. I did what felt natural and used the flies I had tied for river fishing. One of the most succesfull was an all-black Muddler. On some spring … Continue reading "Black Widow Muddler – streamer and saltwater fly tying – tied by Michael Jensen"
The elegant shrimp fly were inspired by Morten Øland’s Spey Shrimp as well as Claus Eriksen’s Pattegrisen, but it’s simplified a bit, and the addition of CDC gives this fly another appearance. Rasmus works with blends of natural and synthetic dubbings to get a buggy and textured but still flashy body on the fly. He … Continue reading "AHREX – Spey CDC Shrimp – tied by Rasmus Post Ottesen"
Part Woolly Bugger and part Fuzzy Wuzzy. Started out as a Woolly Bugger tied with the cool speckled Whiting Coq De Leon hen feathers. But since the best part of these feathers were to short for the palmer hackle on larger hook sizes – i started using the Fuzzy Wuzzy style with 2 seperat hackles. … Continue reading "Fuzzy Bugger – streamer fly tying – tied by Michael Jensen"
Soft hackled wet fly designed for saltwater fishing for sea trout along the Swedish West coast.
This goby/sculpin streamer was designed for sea trout fishing in saltwater – primarily the brackish danish fjords – that has large populations of sculpins. Rasmus use his Squirrel Sculpin all year round and vary colours and flash to match season and water clarity.