Published Feb 22. 2021 - 5 months ago
Updated or edited Feb 22. 2021

Adams Parachute Var

We have had another one of the people at Ahrex Hooks behind the vice. This time Soren Flarup or Dr. Hook as we call him, will guide you through one of his all-time favorite dryflies for his fishing in norwegian and swedish river and streams for grayling and brown trouts on the dryfly.

Soren tells about the fly that is due to the foam and parachute-style, is a very visible and super floater for fishing in fast currents which he prefers - combined with a contrast-colored wing the Adams Parachute Var. is often tied on his leader in the search for dryfly sipping trouts or graylings.

The Adams Parachute Var.

Hook: Ahrex Superdry FW525
Thread: Brown
Body: Flyrite # 26 Adams Grey
Thorax: SLF Spikey Dubbing Squirrel Brown
Wing: Rainy’s Sheet Foam, Brown and TMC Aero Dry Wing Fine - yellow

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Martin Joergensen
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