Getting ready for Spring and saltwater sea trout?
I haven’t fished with these but cant wait to try them. I like the idea of the ‘keel’ both from a presentation point of view and the sound they create This style of fly gets down to the bottom, but seldom snags, due to its springy keel, which keeps the hook point up and bounces the fly out of harm's way. In addition, the beads strung along the keel click together and against the bottom, sending out food signals to the fish.
– tied by Andy from www.chasingsilver.org