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Partridge and Hare

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    Fly Fishing Flies - Partridge and Hare

    The most effective fly fishing flies ever tied. Time proven patterns tied traditional style on competition grade hooks using all natural materials.

    Highest quality flies tied using only the best materials on the very best Hanak barbless competition Hooks. These hooks are sticky sharp!

    An old time classic wet fly or soft hackle the Partridge and Hare is fished under the water surface. The fly is a well known fly with its roots set firmly in English angling history. It is an impressionistic pattern fished successfully during Caddis hatches and spinner falls. The Partridge and Hare is traditionally a trout and grayling pattern but may be used for other aquatic insect feeding species.

    We include both weighted and unweighted version of this supper effective fly

    Imitates: The Partridge and Hare resembles emerging caddis pupa, diving adult caddis or sunken may fly spinners. An unweighed and lightly greased partridge and Hare also makes for an excellent Mayfly Spinner pattern.

    Delivered in our classic tin fly box "Box - O - Flies"

    Best fly fishing flies for New Zealand trout

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    GV
    10/04/2021
    Gennady V.
    Australia Australia
    once in the blue moon

    Highly recommend it to everyone This is incredible move, Haven't seen nothing like it before. Talk about Tales of the Angler's Eldorado; Zane Grey would have been thrilled to fish these waters. Just focus on good presentation and these beautiful trout in this beautiful rivers. Couple of years ago I bought Two DVDs Bob Wyatt " Flies that catch fish" Excellent presentation end explanation I am still watching every winter I would like to see more videos with Bob Wyatt on fresh waters ,please do it again. Many thanks. Regards, Gennady