We all love that broad backed salmon chasing our little fly’s track on the surface. to hitch, on the surface can be deadly effective. Sometimes it’s the only method that really works. When they are made they use a quite thin tubing and make sure to put the wing on top and a hole each side. This gives a narrow profile and a small wake. Hitch flies can be really small, so small you don’t think salmon see it, but they come for the wake, that’s what triggers them.
Maybe the best hitch fly of them all. The thin tapered wing strengthens the impression and make the small V on the surface irresistible. It might be hard to get why, but the orange head seem to make the fly even better. We have taken hundreds of salmon on this little simple fly.
Mikael Frodin : "All my flies are made with care and consistency by the best commercial tiers in the industry. Many of my patterns are designed by our team members and it is important to me that these flies are copied as good as possible. To be frank with you some of them are even improved by the factory. The flies are tied with high quality materials and no shortcuts are done. All in all to provide you with real good looking, durable flies that are made to give you a great experience"