MONTH FLY SEPTEMBER – NIGHT MAGIC
For night fishing, flies with red and black or black/red and blue are hard to beat. I tie it not with much weight, because at night I like to fish high in the water so that the fish see the silhouette of the fly.
Here under you can see a step by step picture version of Night Magic, and down under the pictures is the fly tying pattern.
The fly tying pattern MONTH FLY SEPTEMBER – NIGHT MAGIC:
- Thread: Black veevus 14/0
- Tag: Red fluoro fibre
- Body: Veevus holo tinsel silver
- Rib: ultra wire – purple, black, kingfish blue, green and red
- Hackle: soft black hen
- Wing 1: red raccoon
- Fronthackle: Silver doctor blue guinea
- Overwing: Black raccoon
- Cheeks: Pro jungle cock red
- Head: red and black
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