1. En bra fluga för framförallt när höstbågen går och plockar landinsekter, som just tex skalbaggar.
    Haft en riktigt bra fiske nära land på den här flugan.
    Funkar även för öring i strömmande vatten, då i mindre storlekar.

    Krok: TMC 112Y stl 11-17
    Bindtråd: Textreme 8/0 Olive
    Ryggsköld: Wapsi Fly Foam Olive
    Kropp: FlyDressing CDC Olive
    Ben: Centipede Legs Speckled Olive Mini
    Färgpenna: Prisma Marker Dark Brown


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  2. This is one of our in house midge patterns that Chris designed several years ago. It's an extremely easy fly to tie and has proved its worth as a trout magnet! Normally we fish this midge as a dropper; however, if you put some floatant on the CDC emerger wing, it will float in the surface film. Tie a few of these up and let us know how you do! Call the shop at (512) 828-FISH if you have any questions about how to tie or fish this pattern! livingwatersflyfishing.com

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  3. Quill Bodied Olive pattern tied by John Tyzack

    Materials Used

    Size 14 to 20 River Academy Dry Fly Hook
    Fish On Ultimate Tying Silk (olive)
    Coq de Leon
    Fish On Polish Quill
    Fish On Natural Grey CDC

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  4. Tying a fly with one CDC feather

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  5. Svein Røberghagen is a fly fisher / fly tyer from Dokka, Norway - living in Oslo. He is respected with in the norwegian fly fishing community. This short video was aired as an Facebook introduction to a 11 min long interview with Svein on "NRK Friluftsmagasinet" -march 2th 2013.

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