Coch-Y-Bondhu - Wet Fly
The Coch-Y-Bondhu is based on the Coch-y-bondhu.
The June bug, field chafer and coch-y-bondhy, coch-ybonddu are all names give to a little rotund beetle (Phylopertha horticola). It is a useful pattern effectice as early as mid-May if trout start feeding on beetles which you will discover by spooning the fish. As one of its common names implies it is found in large numbers around the month of June and is in greatest evfidence in the Celtic fringes of the British Isles. If fishing wilder parts of the country this fly is essential during the month of June
Use The Coch-Y-Bondhu To Catch:
The Coch-Y-Bondhu can be used to catch Rainbow Trout
The Coch-Y-Bondhu is a terrestrial fly imitation. Natural insects like ants & bees can be food for trout. Imitation flies like Coch-Y-Bondhu are available imitating the natural insects (Hymenoptera) which are very diverse in appearance. Most hymenopterans have two pairs of membranous wings. It is only usually the ant, grasshopper and bee that are regularly used as sucessful terrestrial imitations like Coch-Y-Bondhu for trout fishing.
Coch-Y-Bondhu - Fly Tying Dressing
For the more adventurous among you we have provided tying specifications for the Coch-Y-Bondhu. Remember at The Essential Fly we sell the Coch-Y-Bondhu at incredible prices with a top quality fly and service to back it up. It is certainly worth tying the Coch-Y-Bondhu yourself to understand the pleasure of catching a fish with your own tied fly, however at the price we sell flies it is only worth tying one or two Coch-Y-Bondhu as your can spend more time fishing instead of tying flies - buy volume online with us.
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Coch y Bonddu was last modified on 06/04/2021 12:06