In the event you’re after a brand new sample for catching these fry-feeding Trout, then that is one for you. At present we’re looking at a variant of a Pike fly referred to as the Flashtail Whistler, tied  by Steve Cullen.

This fly is basically a condensed Pike fly supposed for concentrating on Trout and in response to Steve, this fly works extremely nicely on reservoirs through the Winter.

It is a comparatively easy fly to tie that solely makes use of a number of supplies, however in good amount to construct up the top and physique of the fly. Steve factors out that for those who want to get this fly to sink deep add a tungsten bead or heavier eyes to get a sooner sink charge.

Since it is a variant of a pike fly, there’s number of color schemes you would use if the Orange/Yellow and Flashtail aren’t to your liking! Cat’s Whiskers or Viva variants, possibly crimson white and silver to fit your wants. Get a number of of those tied up and go catch some fry-feeding Trout!

The entire supplies wanted to tie this fly can be found from Glasgow Angling Centre as listed beneath, however as at all times, for those who want any assist discovering supplies or substitutes then we’ll be comfortable to assist. 


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