Lefty Kreh, the creator of this fly, is one the most recognized fly fishermen in the world.He made this fly in the late 50´s to fish saltwater; he was looking for a streamer that would be easy to cast and would not wrap around the bend of the hook. But let’s read Lefty´s own words about what was Ver más...
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Listado de materiales
MaterialsHook: TMC 811S or similar. Sizes # 2 to # 4/0.Thread: 3/0 green.Tail: Three or four pairs of white rooster saddle feathers, V-shaped and tied with the tips pointing out.Flash: Some Flashabou strips or pearled Crystal Flash, tied at each side at the base of the tail feathers.Body: Flat Silver Tinsel.Wing: White deer hair tail and a chartreuse strap over it. Some tiers use peacock herl as a topping.Belly: White deer hair strap.Throat: Red Flashabou or Crystal Flash.Head: Thread color Ver más...
Tie three or four pairs of white rooster saddle feathers, these must be V-shaped and tied with the tips pointing out.
Tie some Flashabou strips or pearled Crystal Flash at each side of the fly, at the base of the tail feathers.
Shape the Flat Silver Tinsel body.
To make the wing, tie at the tip of the hook a strap of the white bucktail hair.
To shape the belly, tie another strap of white bucktail hair on the lower section.
Tie over the wing a chartreuse strap of bucktail hair.
For the throat, tie a bit of red flashabou. Even out the head with thread to add volume to the fly.
Add stick on eyes to the head of the fly. Whip finish and cemment.