Published Jun 28. 2021 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Jun 28. 2021

Flat Head Tubefly

Fishing for sea-run brown in the rivers ad streams often happens during the night or the darkest hours of the day. Here in scandinavia even small streams can hide very large sea-runs and in some rivers we sometimes see an average weight as large as up to 7 kg. To get the attention for big trouts in the nighttime we often use large tubeflies that pushes much water and gets the attention of the trouts. In this video we have teamed up with salmon and seatrout fisherman and professional flytyer Martin Votborg from #MinFlue - he puts some extra stuff to his tubeflies like a flat plastic-disc and rubberlegs, and it works… give it a try yourself.

Tube: 2 mm. clear, 6 mm Flathead Disc
Thread: Black
Tag: Mirage Tinsel
Tail: White Icelandic Horse and Black Goat
Body: Black Salmo Supreme UV
Wing: Black Polarfox Body
Legs: White Rubberlegs

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