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Have's baitfish 1 - <p>One of a number of baitfish flies tied by Danish fly tyer Niels Have</p>
With a bit of flash - You can add some flash under the wing. Clear, tan or pink are good colors.
Bling Zkinny with gills - A version with sides and gills will look like a small fry.
Orange Owl - This Brown Owl variation is tied with all orange materials
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Orange Brown Owl - The Brown Owl tied with orange body, orange bucktail, mallard and grizzly hackle
Brown Brown Owl - The standard Brown Owl tied with gold body, gray bucktail, mallard and grizzly hackle
Lots of space - There's room on the Danish coast
Fly Tying Tools
Bright shrimp - The Sam-I-Am is a brightly orange shrimp fly
The Idiot Intruder - <p>The Danish fly the idiot is usually tied on a hook, featuring a red tail and a black/red front hackle. Here it's tied as an intruder.</p>
A colorful Flying Flash Carpet - You can imitate basically any baitfish using various colors of flash.
Articulated pike flies - A handful of bulky, lightweight pike flies
Long flies - Flies can be tied quite long without having a long hook
A happy camper - It's hard not to smile!
Red Tag Intruder with eyes - <p>You can add further weight to almost any intruder by tying in eyes in the front of the fly.</p>
The Wet Hen conversion - Various Wet Hens: Left a salmon double, front a salmon single and behind that an intruder
Tough wading - But it can be worth the hazard
Chewed up - The Sunray Shadow with a body and eyes was my most successful fly on the trip. It's salmon and not my bad tying that has caused the fly to appear as it does - truly!
Backstrike - Striking by lifting the rod high and even behind yourself is not necessarily an efficient way of setting the hook
Bass Fishing Tips
Tom's bobbin holders