Dyret Sedge – by Thomas Roos

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This is a superb Sedge Dry Fly tied by Thomas Roos. It is well known in Scandinavia under the Dyret name.

This model is a fantastic version of sedge flies tied in pure Swedish style. The fly is tied in this unique way to float well on super fast flowing rivers from Nord Scandinavia.

*Hooks need to be strong – Ahrex is a good option or Hanak as well

*Hackle should be from high quality roosters

*Poly – which is used for body ( tail and heads ) is useful and help flies to float and to provide a good water print

*Dubbing – Roos used Troutline Ecstasy Dubbing ( it seems that suits very well for these flies ) for making bodies

  • Jan
    November 12, 2021

    Good looking fly! Could you please give a short tying instruction, if i wind the hackle and cut it afterwards on the lower part, the dubbing would be cut too….

    • Lucian Vasies
      November 12, 2021

      Hi Jan, Yes, you have to trim the barbs under the hook shank. Then you have to brush the dubbing and that is it

  • dabija
    November 26, 2021

    poly?what material is?polyarn material?

    • Lucian Vasies
      December 3, 2021

      simple search on Google. It is a synthetic type of fiber which is not penetrated by water. So will not soak it.

    • Marcin Ćwiek
      July 8, 2023

      Have you fished with Dyrets out of Scandinavia? Is it so great pattern for others destinations?

      • Lucian Vasies
        July 8, 2023

        Yes, it is a fly that works almost everywhere. but it does not work on slow waters like San river 🙂

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