Published May 21. 2016 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 8. 2018

Adult dragonfly

Adult Dragon (R.Martin)

Hook: TMC 5263 o similar
Thread: UNI 8/0 o UTC 70
Head: closed cell foam and lastic bead chain eyes.
Abdomen: closed cell foam and plastic sheet (plastic soda bootle)
Thorax: Hareline Senyo dubbing
Legs: terrestrial legs o plastic bristles
Wing: 4 rooster neck feathers, grizzly o variant
Back: closed cell foam.

Dragonflies or adult dragonflies are an obsession for many anglers fishing environments where hatchings of these insects are really abundant and can witness what this generates in fish ... often mere imitations, low realism, are enough to deceive a couple of trout if we succeed with the size and color. However it is sometimes necessary to achieve realism in imitation for trout decide to take our fly, as I always say, realism, if not sacrifice any vital aspect of our imitation is never an aspect that remains ... always sum. This model has spent years fooling trout during the hot months in the beautiful lakes in the north where you can do a fantastic fishing on the coasts with large reedbeds Patagonia.

Martin Joergensen

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