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sea trout flies – KRAMPA  

some more Seatrout flies …

I hope you liked the tying instructions for the “Klympen” & the “Vaskebjørn”. The “Krampa” is another take on the “Klympen” fly. the difference is how you use the dubbing loop. There os other version with CDC, but I prefer to use this dubbing loop technique.

CDC is expensive and not as flexible in it´s use – I think.
Anyway … this fly is also a good example on how this “spilt thread dubbing loop” can work. I would say this opens a myriad of options.

 

There are many more videos on this fly on the “net” – speciflicly the ones fom Eivind Berulfsen are very detailed.

 

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sea trout flies – KLYMPEN

Seatrout flies …

I hope you liked the tying instructions for the Vaskebjørn. Another very effective, but even more simple fly is the “Klympen” — This pattern can look very different depending on who you ask.

Originally a danish fly named after a fishing spot for imaginary seatrout emerged into something rather different looking. It´s simple to tie and very effective. I tie them in orange, black and green to cater for various water and light conditions.

However, finding the fish is the key … some are having issues and call seatrout fishing imaginary … others (like Bernd & Lars) are more successful – sorry Paul.

There are many more videos on this fly on the “net” – speciflicly the ones fom Eivind Berulfsen are very detailed.