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Sandeel Clouser

Sandeel clouser, this demonstration video by predator fly tying specialist Jo Stephenson gives detailed advice on how to tie one of the most iconic saltwater patterns. Jo explains how she combines natural materials such as Nyatt mixed with synthetic flash and why they make such a deadly cocktail for British saltwater predators such as Bass and Pollack. This video is a must watch for any budding fly tiers looking for advice or inspiration and with Jo’s easy to follow instructions you should be able to master this pattern in a very short time.  

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