A Bomber with a special green colour
Here a stunning 100 cm Atlantic salmon on the Dark Green Tube Bomber. This particular green is made specifically for the famous Repparfjord River in the region of Northern Norway. We do several versions of green Bombers on Fishmadman…but this particular one is darker than the others… Fly is a great summer dry fly that will work well into August. A colour that has become popular with many Newfoundland anglers
Made for big fish
We use this size for bigger fish and during the start of the season – The fly is also brought out as attractor on new water where we want to get attention from fish – to study where they lie.
BIG Tube Bomber ™ Body 40 millimetres (1,57 inches) Total length 70 millimetres (2.75 inches) Equivalent to a fly tied on a # 2 – 4 hook
Please note that the fly is shown with a hook – but sold without a hook – Look to the left to see the hooks suited for the fly you chose
The Tube Bomber system
Better hooking – no leverage problems – Less weight – Greater versatility
All Fishmadman Tube Bombers is based on the same smart system that will enable you to fish with different hooks.
Same Tube Bomber but in a different size
the rest of the big tube bombers
More about Bomber dry flies...
Flashabou in dry flies attracts fish
We originally designed the fly with strands or iridescent Flashabou at the tail and wing of the fly so we easily could detect the fly out on the turbulent river – We have over the years learned that the material could be of great importance to catch rates…
Body from deer hair attract salmon and steelhead
All our Tube Bombers is tied with US whitetail deer hair. The material is buoyant but not hollow as often mentioned in books and magazines – in fact, the hair contains a spongy material that keeps the deer well insulated during winter – More importantly these hairs are great fish attractors and there is no real explanation to this other than salmon and steelhead don’t mind to snack on animals with pelt.
Read Fishmadman Newsletter on the subjects: Deer hair and how you prepare your deer hair flies
Learn how to tie a Tube Bomber
If you feel inclined to try to tie the Tube Bomber – we have the page to guide you – and also a kit with all the material needed to succeed.Visit the page on Fishmadman.
Short Youtube video on how we tie on all our dead-drift dry flies