Tube Chernobyl Ant
The Chernobyl Ant One of the greatest patterns in the world of fly tying. Designed in 1995 By Allan Woolley and Mark Forslund from the Green River system in Utah The fly was intended as an imitation of a Mormon cricket The Chernobyl Ant can have a hypnotic grip on the Salmonidae family among other the also Atlantic Salmon.
This a 45 millimeters long 1,77 Inch long fly.
Fish your fly with the hook up-side-down
Just like some anglers will fish the hook reversed on the Quigley’s Dragon Gurgler – they would also use this technique on their tube Chernobyl Ants – to do so in an easy and smart way you may use a so-called egg hook or up-eye hook– as seen fitted on the fly in the image to the lift. The up-eye hook will enable you to get a different angle on the hook and the low-memory medium soft tubing this steelhead wake Bomber is tied on, is well suited to accommodate such a fly fishing method.
The other flies from the series
All the steelhead wake flies
Quigley's Dragon Gurgler - wake fly
We’ve done so well on your flies over the years and they skate so well that we don’t need to fish anything else when it comes to wake flies!
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