Published Aug 2. 2021 - 4 months ago

Wiggle Worm

Even the most fanatic flyfisher just have to admit that worm-fishing properly is one of the most effective methods overall. But luckily we flyfishers and tiers can make realistic imitations of worm before we go all the way down the road and dig up the real thing... In this video danish guide and flytyer Jesper Lindquist Andersen once again demonstrates how to tie simple yet effective flies for his favorite coastal flyfishing for sea run brown trouts along the coastlines of Denmark. He ties his Wiggle Worm in a black version here — but try to tie it in other colors; olive, brown, tan or white — or go wild in orange, chartreuse just to mention a few.

Hook: Ahrex NS118 Classic Streamer
Thread: Black UTC
Weight: 4 mm Bead, black
Tail: Wiggle Tail Skin, black
Body: 15 mm black Cactus Chenille and black Polar Chenille

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