Published Mar 8. 2021 - 6 months ago

Flexi Ragworm

They are big, they can bite you, some find them quite unappealing and yet, the first big hatches of bag worms are the events all saltwater fiy fishers in Scandinavia look forwards to. There are many, many different species in different sizes and colours, but the sea trout aren’t picky – they eat them all.
We have had the skilled tyer Martin Votborg from #MinFlue behind the vice showing his favorite pattern for imitating the ragworms - check out how he ties his super flexible ragworm-imitation.

Flexi-ragworm

Hook: Ahrex NS172 Curved Gammarus
Thread: Tan Uni
Tail: Olive and Brown Marabou
Body: Dubbing-loop with Spectra Dub Pale Olive on the threads in the loop. Olive and Brown Marabou in between the threads in the loop.
Front: The shank of a hook with a Cobber Cyclops as head - connected with braided line

You can read more about the Ragworms here:
https://ahrexhooks.com/2021/02/05/ragworm/

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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