Monday, October 5, 2015

Sinfoil's Fry

Sinfoil's Fry

HOOK: Dai Riki 700, size 10-12
THREAD: Black 6/0
UNDERBODY: Silver mylar tinsel
BODY: Clear plastic wrap cut into 1/8 inch strip and wrapped
COLLAR: Flourescent red Body Stretch
WING: Sparse widgeon flank or mallard flank fibers
HEAD: Black thread
EYES: Painted black on yellow

Creator of this trout fly: Ken Sinfoil


This British fry pattern, when properly tied, is a paragon of durability. Only when the fly breaks off will it be rendered unusable. It is an excellent pattern because of its combination of durability, ease in tying, suggestiveness, and effectiveness throughout the season. Fish this fly near weedbeds, banks, docks, and boat ramps.
Imitates small fry (very young fish). Most inch-long fry are white with a dark back, regardless of what colors they possess when they grow bigger.

How to Fish

While the fly can be retrieved, it is most effective when left motionless on the surface. That's because many small fry die, especially if they were stocked from a hatchery truck, and float on the surface.

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