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Leons Fritz "Caviare"
Originated and Tied by Guthrie Fly

Leons Fritz Caviare

Name Leons Fritz Caviare
Category Atlantic Salmon/Steelhead
HookKamasan Classic Lure Extra Long Size 8 or 10
Body 1Weighted with Lead Wire (Floating version has Deer Hair instead, bound thick on hook shank. Followed by adding tail.
TailMarabou Turkey (White)
Body 2Lureflash FRITZ (White and Red) 3 Stage tie on, First tie white at hook bend, wind 4/5 turns and tie off, add super glue to thread. Tie in Red Fritz 4/5 Turns, Tie off, add super glue, Tie in White Fritz 4/5 Turns and build head.
HeadBlack Thread built up round, Then apply Rapid set Clear Epoxy Glue. Then paint in eye White black dot. When dry apply epoxy to protect paint.
Dipper VaneFitted but optional (Good with or without) Dipper Vane kept clear plastic on this fly. Sometimes colour with black permanent marker pen. (See Leon's Dipper Vane)
CommentsVery Effective Pattern for those bright days, Salmon, Steelhead, Rainbow Etc...Don t B without this 1. Lureflash Fritz is a product of Lureflash International Limited, Kilnhurst, England. Visit their website to obtain purchasing information.
Fishing TipsRetrieve with 1 foot pulls. Or Troll adding lead to leader.

This pattern was originated and tied by Leon Guthrie of Galashiels, Scotland. The Dipper Vane (which see), is an invention that Leon uses to add action to some of his flies. Leon writes about this fly, "Catch anything with this one, Trust Me!"

You can see many more flies from Leon by visiting his page on this site, The Flies of Leon Guthrie.


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