Dutch fly tier Hans van Klinken produced the initial Klinkhåmer Unique all the method back in 1984, and it has actually shown so effective that numerous variations have actually emerged. What makes it so reliable is the manner in which the body hangs listed below the surface area, mimicing an emerging mayfly or midget. To find out how to connect the initial pattern, click on this link.
In today’s video, Tim Flagler of Tightline Production reveals you how to connect a variation of the Klinkhåmer that mimics an emerging light Cahill mayfly. The part that lies listed below the surface area imitates the nymphal shuck that the bug is attempting to leave, while the intense body represents the adult light Cahill. This mix is appealing to trout due to the fact that it appears like a simple meal. Tim’s technique of developing the parachute post and hackle is innovative, and might alter the ay the develop all parachute patterns.
Light Cahill Klinkhåmer
Hook: Partridge Klinkhamer X-treme, size 14.
Thread: Cream, 8/0 or 70-denier.
Post: White polypropylene drifting backyard.
Shuck: Rust Antron calling.
Hackle: White or cream dry-fly hackle.
Body: Cream rabbit-fur dubbing.
Adhesive: Head cement (here, Sally Hansen Hard-As-Nails).