This fly is made by Jan Granbo, and he write this about the fly:

I designed this fly four years ago for fishing on Gaula and it has been my best performer ever since. Friends and guests at the fishing lodge have also caught fish on it and I know that it has been introduced into the range of at least one leading fly supplier and as a consequence has caught fish all over the UK too.  Flies with yellow and green are very popular on the Gaula river, especially early season when the water is fed by snow melt. At this time of the year, it has a yellow/green tinge.

Down under you can see a step by step version, and under the pictures is the fly tying pattern.

The Fly tying pattern GAULA HOWLER:

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