17.06.2015
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Will usually dispatch within 1 working day of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. Put a big white CDC feather on the Petitjean Magic Tool and push it in by using a pink hackle. This example fly is tied on a hook size 4, but you can also tie it in size 6 with shorter fibres, when you want to fish it slower and the Sea Trouts just nibble on the longer fibres.
I even got a variation with black hackles and hot orange trigger points for murky water… looks very cool, too!
Split the thread and put some Ice Dub in the gap, then twist the bobbin and wind the dubbing around.
Tie in the grizzly hackle which was stripped on one side and dub the body using the SLF Saltwater Dub.
Every spring, the bristle worms (kind of a annelid) swarming in the Baltic Sea and the sea trouts are feeding like crazy on these worms and you really should have a worm pattern in your fly box, because you’ll never now, when the swarming will start. The first one who showed me this awesome technique to tie these worms was the master fly tyer Andy Wei?, one of the most creative fly tiers in the world and I’m glad to call him my good friend!
Grab the egg hook and bring the string to the hook eye and let the strings twist into each other.
Catch the strings with your thread and cut the polar chenille and the worm wool, but NOT the dyneema fishing line!


Wind the dyneema fishing line around the hook shank , put a drop of super glue on it and secure it with your tying thread very tight! I was often asked, how bead chain eyes or dumbbel eyes should be tied in, so they won’t twist around the hook shank or getting loose.
So, I made some pictures and I will show you how to tie the eyes in – the ROCK-SOLID-WAY ! Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's dispatch time, and will depend on postal service selected. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. Find out more about your rights as a buyer - opens in a new window or tab and exceptions - opens in a new window or tab.
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Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods and will depend on when your payment clears - opens in a new window or tab. It’s just a mix of some ingredients of good flies mixed together to a fly, which I personally like and in which I put my faith when fishing. This worm pattern moves fantastic in the water and it’s worth the effort, even if a normal wooly bugger will catch fish. He showed me a lot of tips and tricks over the years and I had some really cool and funny moments together with him in the last years.
A superb worm fly with a great action in the water and some nice translucency, because of the polar chenille.
It seems like a simple task to tie them in, but there are some mistakes you can avoid to get a better result. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.


So I did it again and I gave the fly a new name, because I didn’t like Pink Fluffy anymore. It’s common knowledge, that sea trouts like the color pink, especially in the cold season. I made flies for my fishing in the past, which looked quite similar, but this is the final outcome. Attach the thread and form with the Ice Dub a little tight dubbing ball at the end of the shank. Go back with your tying thread to the little bump and secure so the thin fragile stem of the spey hackle. If you have tied one or two, you’ll see, that it’s really easy and fast to tie once you know how. If you like it a bit fancy, do some small dots with your marker pen on the bubble and secure it with a second thin coating of Bug Bond to get the 3D effect. Secure it with two drops of super glue and keep on tying and fold the dyneema back and forth like shown.
Cut the strands closely to the bead, do a whip finish and let some thin varnish soak into the front to secure everything.
It’s also common knowledge, that sometimes, the sea trouts like a very slow retrieve.
If you don’t like flies with two hooks, just cut the hook bend of the front or the back hook close to the body.
On the other hand, it’s not very complicated to tie and when you use other colors like beige, tan and brown, you got a very nice shrimp pattern for the rest of the year.



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