söndag 9 september 2012

PARENTHESIS - Sea Trout and Salmon Flies

My Sea Trout Fly Tying Period

          I had a Sea Trout Fly tying period in the mid nineties. Was planning on fishing for sea trout since there are some nice locations along the coast here. I never got further than tying flies, experimenting quite a deal. So all these flies are unused. Some individual photos of some of the flies follows.

A Danish fly called Juletrae (Christmas tree) Wonder why?

Back in the old box again with other flies

          So I never actually started to fly fish for sea trout. In other words this fly tying just became a PARENTHESIS in my fly tying and fly fishing life. Hopefully this post might inspire some that use flies that are 4-5 inches long. I think these would do good fly fishing for both sea trout and salmon.

Have fun whatever way you choose to fly fish,

2 kommentarer:

Brk Trt sa...

Great looking streamers.
Some of them resemble the Supervisor, a deadly pattern.

The Jassid Man sa...

Hi Brk Trt!
Thanks! These flies are mostly a result of trying different tying techniques. The only one that has a name, except for the tube fly, is the one with the second hook turned upwards. It's called "Sundets Blå" or in English something like "The Cove's Blue".
Best regards,
Mats Olsson