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Dagslända Spent 3 Mahogany

SKU: 5731307073
€3.09
When the fish takes spent spinners, do so with calm and controlled vigilance. These dead dragonflies will not disappear and are an easy prey. This is perhaps precisely why many fly fishermen often find fishing difficult when large numbers of dragonflies have died and ended up on the water surface at the same time. The abundant supply of dragonflies means that the fish do not even look at flies that do not fully imitate the spent spinners that lie there. When fishing with spent spinners, patience and perfect flies are required. The fish often take in these dead dragonflies calmly. So have ice in your stomach, wait out the countercut a bit.
Availability: In stock
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size: 15 mm / approx 5/8 in Hook: J:son SS.DF

This imitation of an adult mayfly in the spent stage has all the right proportions and properties. It looks natural, feels natural and fish will eat it. 

If you want to imitate Brown May, this is the color to use.

We do recommend you to use a J:son Swivel for all your fly fishing and all your flies. However, it is necessary to use a J:son Swivel whenever you are fishing a J:son fly in size 1 or 2.

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