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Stoats Tail

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Stoats Tail (aka Black Bear USA) (Single Hook) - Salmon Fly

Stoats Tail (aka Black Bear USA) (Single Hook). The Stoats Tail (aka Black Bear USA) (Single Hook) is a great Salmon Fly. This fly is fished in the style of Salmon Singles or Sea Trout or Salmon Flies or Salmon Flies or Sea Trout Flies or Salmon

 

Fishing Advice & Rigs

The Stoats Tail can be used to catch Atlantic Salmon, Pacific Salmon in Large Rivers , Spate Rivers , Large Stillwaters Lochs & Reservoirs plus Estuaries using rigs including Spooky Salmon Fish Rig and Salmon Attractor Rigs

Stoats Tail Product Details

Model:  EF-1360-4
Bar Code:  886741002936
Brand:  The Essential Fly
Manufacturer:  The Essential Fly

Stoats Tail Customer Reviews

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salmon fly
Wednesday, 10 September 2008  | 

Well made - excellent value.

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Golden Olive CDC
Wednesday, 4 March 2015  |  Kenneth

They seem to be fine - but will not know if they live up to their boyancy reputation until I use them on the end of a line.
I gave five stars in anticipation of good things to come.


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Orange hook/hackle gauge
Wednesday, 4 March 2015  |  Kenneth

The surface of the guage is orange - unfortunately mottled with black undertones. This renders the guage reading a bit difficultn abd the orange colour is a difficult background on which to see some hackle colours.

The price is good though.

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