Hairwing streamer na klasičan način
Danas ću vam dati SBS da vežete hairwing streamer na klasičan način. Muvu sam ja izmislio dok sam živio na severu. Nizvodno je bilo selo u kojem je bila velika hidrobrana koja je sprečavala ribu da se kreću uzvodno. Znao sam da tu ispod brane ima lepe pastrmke u brzim potocima, ali nisam mnogo uhvatio.
Jedne večeri kad smo se prolazili pored brane, stao sam da razgovaram sa par momaka koji su imali lepu pastrmku. Pokazali su mi muhu, koja je bila jednostavna crna krilata varijanta strimera sa zlatnim telom. Bila je vezana za bronzanu dvokuku udicu za pastrmku i shvatio sam da bi teška udica mogla biti odgovor.
Vezao sam svoju varijantu muhe koju su mi pokazali i to je bio trenutni uspeh.
Otada je ovaj Hairwing streamer u mojim kutijama i kutijama mojih prijateljima kada pecamo na severu. Zavezana na udici Ahrex NS115 muha će biti dovoljno teška i dovoljno jaka čak i za najveću pastrmku.
Materijal za izradu Hairwing streamer
Udica: Ahrex NS115 veličina #4-6
Osnovni konac: crni 8/0
Rep: crna veverica rep
Telo: zlatna holografske šljokice lameta
Rebra: bakarna žica
Noge: narandžasta guinea kokoška
Krilo: crna veverica i 2 vlakana crvenog kristal flash
Tekst, slike i muha: Håkan Karsnäser
Original: Today I’m gonna give you a step-by-step to tie a hairwing streamer the classic way. The fly was invented by me when I lived up north. Just downstream the village was a big hydro dam that stopped the fish do move upstream. I knew there were nice trout in the rapid streams, but hadn’t caught much.
One evening when we drove by the dam, I stopped to talk to a couple of guys that had some nice trout hanging from a branch. They showed me the fly, wich was a simple black winged streamer with gold body. It was tied on a bronze trout double and I realized that a heavy hook might be the answer.
I tied my own variant of the fly they showed me and it was an instant success.
Ever since this streamer is a must in my and my friends fly boxes when we fish up north. Tied on the NS115 the fly will be heavy enough and tough enough for even the biggest trout.
Materials for streamer
Hook: NS115 size 4-6
Thread: black 8/0
Tail: black squirrel tail
Body: gold holographic tinsel
Rib: copper wire
Hackle: orange guinea hen
Wing: black squirrel and 2 strands of red crystal flash
SBS – description
1. Set the thread and go back to the bend. Cut off a small bunch of black squirrel tail and tie in.
2. Tie down the root of the hair along the shank, to make a smooth underbody. Cut off a piece of copper wire and tie in along the shank all the way back to the bend.
3. Move back to behind the hook eye and tie in some holographic tinsel. Make sure to save enough space to tie in hackle, wing and head.
4. Wind the tinsel in overlapping turns back to the bend and then back to where you started. Tie in and cut off
5. Make 4-5 even turns with the rib and tie in.
6. Pick out an orange guinea hackle with fibres long enough to reach the hook point or just behind. Tie in the hackle in the tip and cut off the waste.
7. Wind the hackle 2-3 turns and stroke back the fibres as you wind the hackle. Tie in and cut off.
8. Cut off a bunch of hair from black squirrel. Pull all hairs to short and measure the length of the wing.
9. Cut of the wing long enough so you don’t need to cut off any root ends when it’s tied in. Put a drop of clear varnish before you tie in the wing
10. Tie in the wing and make sure it sits on top of the shank. The wet varnish will help the thread to secure the wing.
11. Take 2 strands of red crystal flash and tie in on top of the wing. Fold the fibres and tie in. Cut off so the flash is as equal as the wing.
12. Make a nice head with the thread and finish with a whip finish. Cut off the thread and put a couple of layers with varnish to secure the head.
Text, pictures and fly: Håkan Karsnäser