Imitacija gusenice Woolly worm

Imitacija gusenice Woolly worm

Woolly Worm – Vunasti crv

Većina ljudi smatra da imitacija gusenice – vunasti crv potiče od engleske palmerovane muhe, koja je bila popularna među pecarošima još u osamnaestom veku. Ova američka verzija je možda nastala u Arkanzasu kao muva za basa, a 1950-ih, prijatelj sa juga poslao je jednu Don Martinezu, komercijalnom nivou u Zapadnom Jeloustonu, Montana. Priča kaže da bi Martinez šetao po svojoj maloj prodavnici mušica i vezivao Woolly worms malim ručnim škripcem, na veliko zadovoljstvo svojih kupaca. Uzorak se može loviti na bilo koji način – kao mokra muva, kao suva muva ili kao nimfa – i efikasan je u svim delovima vodenog stuba.

U ovonedeljnom video snimku kompanije Tightline Productions, Tim Flagler vas vodi kroz proces stvaranja atraktivnog, izdržljivog vunenog crva. Korišćenjem superlepka i kontra-omotanja šenila i pera, Tim zaključava sve, što će omogućiti imitaciji da preživi mnoge napade riba. Obratite posebnu pažnju na to kako Tim spaja i odmotava konac za najefikasnije omote.

Original engleski: Most folks consider the Woolly Worm to be derived from the English Palmer Fly, which was popular with anglers as early as the Eighteenth Century. This American version may have originated in Arkansas as a bass fly, and in the 1950s, a friend from the South sent one to Don Martinez, a commercial tier in West Yellowstone, Montana. The story goes that Martinez would walk around his small fly shop tying Woolly Worms with a small hand vise, much to the delight of his customers. The pattern can be fished any way you want–as a wet fly, as a dry fly, or as a nymph–and it’s effective in all parts of the water column.

In this week’s video from Tightline Productions,Tim Flagler walks you through the process of creating an attractive a durable Woolly Worm. By using superglue and counter-wrapping both the chenille and hackle, Tim locks everything down, which will allow the fly to survive many fish mouths. Pay special attention to how Tim cords and uncords the thread for the most effective wraps.

Materijali:
Hook:
3X-long streamer hook (here, a Lightning Strike SN3), sizes 10-14.
Adhesive #1: Superglue.
Weight: Lead-free wire, .015.
Thread: Black, 8/0 or 70-denier.
Tail:
Red Angora rabbit yarn.
Body: Black Ultra Chenille, micro.
Hackle: Grizzly saddle hackle.
Head: Tying thread.
Adhesive #2: Head cement.

Sa: https://news.orvis.com/fly-fishing/video-how-to-tie-the-woolly-worm

Kod nas na prostoru exYu je odomaćena ova muha i sa nekim malim izmenama se koristi u lovu lipljana, pastrmki i klenova. Kao nimfa je odlična za lov mrene i škobalja.

Postoji puno varijanti ove imitacije:

Nekoliko varijanti WW
WW variant sa oliv telom
WW variant Michael Jensen
Nimfa
WW kanadska varijanta poslao Radivoj Šavli

Evo kako je obrađena u Fly Tying Bible:

Dajte joj vremena na tipetu, verujte u nju i rezultati će doći. Bistro!

Priredio Ivan Korhner
Foto, video: Arhiva Mušičara, Orvis i internet

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