Published Sep 7. 2021 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Sep 14. 2021

Wasp

A wasp is quite a big insect, but a type of fly that in the beginning of autumn can really get the attention from trout and grayling, get them to rise to the surface and inhale the fly. In this video we once again have the skilled flytyer Håkan Karsnäser behind the vice demonstrating his version of a wasp. It's tied in a smart way with two bobbins for the two colors of the black and yellow part of the body on the wasp. Give it a try, and even though we don't like wasps, the fish just simply love them.

Hook: Ahrex FW530 - Sedge Dry
Thread: Black GSP and Yellow 8/0
Body: Black and mix of bright yellow and orange Superfine
Thorax: Black foam and black CDC dubbing
Wing: White Fluorofibre
Legs: Yellow deerhair in a dubbingloop

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