Salmon Trolling Flies
Magnum Trolling Fly
from Salmon Angler
Salmon Trolling flies used
with a dodger or flasher is a popular fishing technique used on Lake Michigan for catching salmon and trout. The dodger or flasher gives action to the trolling fly, causing the fly to flutter and weave thru the water. This action gives the fly the appearance that a salmon or trout (the dodger or flasher) is chasing a bait fish. Most trolling fllies are based on
the Salmon tube flies which originated in England during the 1940's. Unlike standard Salmon flies, the trolling flies are tied on a tube or lure head, not the hook. This allows the fly to slip up the leader away from the fishes teeth during the fight. No fly is totally indestructable, but they will last longer than the traditional tied salmon flies. The Salmon trolling flies duplicate the body silhouette of certain bait fish. The highly reflective mylar tinsel materials approximate the transucent look of different bait fish.
Magnum Trolling flies are 4.5 inches long.
These are rigged.
The bodies are also available unrigged.
All rigged trolling flies are made
with the finest materials available
- VMC Hooks
- Quality Bodies
- Reflective mylar tinsel material
- 40 lb monofilament leader
- Directions included
Printable leader length recomendations
Printable rigging directions.
Prices subject to change without notice.
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Wednesday, June 11, 2014
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