A little nymph #14 fresh out of the vise. Bug Bond coated quill body, a little bit partridge, a little bit pheasant, some dubbing and a thread. That’s all!
I don’t like to write about myself, just want to tell you all, that I’m happy to join the Bug-Bond Pro Team.
David Edwards, the man behind Bug Bond and a great guy, wrote a little bit on his blog about me joining the Bug Bond Pro Team. Have a look, if you like!
I just love spey hackles to tie shrimp patterns.
You can find the tutorial here http://theonefly.com/?p=535
A very good seatrout pattern. It’s a little bit easier and cheaper then the original Pattegrisen by Claus Eriksen. I’ve made a step by step some time ago, have a look here http://theonefly.com/?p=535
fast evening tie with picky graylings in mind
emerger # 14 on Daiichi 1167 Klinkhamer hook
Uuh weeee! I’m done! Don’t wont to tie these Laser Eels for the next weeks
But it’s a good feeling to see all these Laser Eels together. There are lying some hours of work.