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Scottish Ke-He

Hook Wet Fly 8 - 12
Tail Red wool tag above six golden pheasant tippets
Rib None
Body Bronze peacock herl wound to a bulky body
Wing None
Hackle Natural red hen hackle
Head Black varnish
Use One of the all-time great brown trout killers on northern Scottish lochs, it is usually employed as the bob-fly on a three-fly cast. Works best in a good wave. It has been successfully transferred to New Zealand and South Africa stillwaters for all species of trout, usually with the body ties slightly slimmer than the traditional Scottish dressing.

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