I promised something special was on its way.
Well here it is!... the subject of so many hours of development!
The T.H.E Range From Easthope flies
Pictured is T.H.E Iron Blue Dunn (Twin Hackle Easthope’s Iron Blue Dunn)
A fresh take on a true dry fly. The only contact with the water is the dedicated Eastie’s postless parachute on the underneath of the fly representing the legs, The wing is a mirrored hackle that sits directly above the first.
Presentation is perfect every time as the fly will roll on the half globe hackle to self right itself. As if that wasn’t enough the hook is also clearly out of sight .... nothing to spook suspicious fish!
So proud of this one. The work is already underway to make a full range of upwing dunns appearing on Brittish waters.
What about the spinners? Well there are plans there too, watch this space!
July is a lovely time to visit the water, the weather is more likely to suit us, the longer days offer more opportunity for sport and fly life is at its peak,
It is June and we are right in the thick of it, the Mayfly (Danica) hatch has started, damsels are out and the evening rise is on! so what's next on the list? well we can certainly expect to see these fellows
It is certainly true that wire has been a fundamental part of fly tying for a very long time.
so it amazed us that such a small change could have such a massive impact. well we've played about with this product so much and we not been bored for a second, we have created some awesome alternative patterns with it though
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