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Pike Flies

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Jo Stephenson, who reached the semifinals of the BBC's "The Big Fish" has created a selection of great looking predator flies. Here she presents four pike flies and carefully shows you all the techniques and materials needed so that you too can tie them.
This pattern is based on a whistler fly, combining a dumbbell head with a large back-tied body in red and white. The addition of a few strands of sparkle makes it irresistible to pike.  
A popper style fly that uses a foam body combined with a bright bristle tail. The body is armour plated with shrinkwrap sleeving so it can withstand multiple hits from the pike.
This has been my most successful pike fly over the past couple of seasons. Although it looks rather bulky, because it is created using backtying, it is light and easy to cast. The predominently pink colours make it irresistible. 
A bright, exciting fly that uses a zonker tail and some opossum fur in a combination that the Pike just can't resist. Part of the technique involves a dubbing loop that Jo carefully demonstrates.  


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