Published Oct 24. 2021 - 1 month ago

Mong

Another small shrimp-pattern from Jesper Lindquist Andersen's box. The fly is originally a mixture of the classic streamer Big Hole Demon and Kobberbassen and was invented by the Danish fly tyer and fly fisherman Ove Monrad. Jesper's variant differs a bit with a lighter dybbing than the original copper-colored dub. Ove Monrad himself tells about the fly that: “Mong is a very nice sculpin imitation. The fly can therefore advantageously be fished in small and hard retrieves, followed by a good break. Something that really makes the fly work effectively in the water. The fly can be used in all seasons.”

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger # 10
Thread: Tan UTC
Weigth: 3,2 mm bead, Copper
Tail: Grizzly fibres
Body: Mylar tinsel + Light Shade Rainbow dubbing
Hackle: Grizzly hackle over dubbing

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