[Video] Mulraney Pig (Wet Fly) by Davie McPhail

Fly Tying Video by Davie McPhail

Davie McPhail ties a Mulraney Pig, a classic wet fly that also makes for a good beetle imitation, that is known for catching wild brown trout in the hill lochs in Ayrshire and especially the one in the video, Loch Doon.

Material List

Hook: Kamasan B175, size 12
Thread: Uni-Thread 8/0, black
Body: Seals fur, dyed black
Ribbing: Small oval tinsel, silver
Back: Peacock sword
Wing: Lady Amherst crest feather
Hackle: Chinese Hen hackle, dyed black


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