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Strombron (the curved bridge) Variation
Tied by William Lovelace

Strombron Variation

Name

Strombron Variation

Category Salmon
Hook

Owner 5315-111 # 1 (original on Sumo carp hook)

Thread

Black

Tag Yellow Ice Dub (original small yellow cactus chenille?)
Body Silver Holographic tinsel
Hackle Orange
Wing Yellow topped with Red Arctic Fox then Pearl Krystal Flash

Strombron Variation was tied by William Lovelace, one of the most prolific contributors on this site. See his notes about the fly below. You can find many more of his flies at his page on this site, The Flies of William Lovelace

Bill's Notes: Found in a fishing shop in Stockholm’s Old Town (Gamla Stan), the original flash in the wing looked like some kind of pearl micro flashabou. It is named for a bridge leading to Gamla Stan where the fly is fished.

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