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Turrall Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark - Bh18

Turrall Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark - Bh18

(Code: 1452-HP-1-1)
£ 1.07
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Turrall Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark Trout Flies

- From the Award Winning Turralls Bead/Gold Head Flies collection.

Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark Fly Fishing Flies

- Tactics include fishing your nymph along the bottom, move them slowly, occasionally give it a sharp pull as if the fly is trying to escape from a hungry fish, these movements sometimes induce a following trout to attack. Other tactics for your Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark include suspending the fly under the water or, on the bottom using a strike indicator to see the bite, especially effective on large still waters.

Turrall Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark - Award Winning - Turrall has established an international market and has won The Sunday Times special award for its unique contribution to employment in rural Britain. It followed this with the Country Living Magazine First Prize for Businesses in Rural areas. Turrall packaging and designs have won many an award from EFTTEX – the trade show of the European Fishing Tackle Trade Association.
The quality of Turrall flies are made to the finest standards through a combination of traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology. Tying is with feathers and furs procured from the four corners of the world - carefully selected, processed and blended, the vast majority can be purchased on our Fly Tying Material pages, and where appropriate World Class Metz Hackles are used to produce the finest quality fishing flies.

Turrall Bead / Gold Head Hare's Ear Dark, just one of thousands of Turrall Flies available from troutcatchers. More information on Fly Fishing Flies can be found on our Fishing Flies - The Basics webpage.
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Good quality nymph on nice quality hooks. This is such a reliable 'general' nymph pattern - always seems to tempt the trout and grayling.
Jim W.