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V32

Posted on 31 May 2012 by Vincent

Everyone has their own favorite fly. Most of us even have a couple of favorite flies. Some flies simply catch a lot of fish in a lot of different circumstances. When it comes to nymphs my favorite fly is without a doubt the Simon Templer Nymph. When fishing for active trout in lakes and reservoirs I have a different favorite fly. It’s kind of a wet fly. My friends call it the Vincent’s 32. On our “home” trout water “De Ronde Bleek” this fly has accounted for several hundreds of big trout.

I fish this fly pretty fast. I fish it like a streamer. Because of the tiny bit of lead used in this fly it gets trough the surface immediately when it’s wet, but it doesn’t sink very fast. That way I can fish just beneath the surface for the actively feeding trout. Sometimes the trout want it slow, sometimes they want it really fast, so try to change your speed of retrieve if the trout don’t take the fly.

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7 Responses to V32

  1. on 1 June 2012 at 10:12 ErickW said:

    Very nice fly, good to have the mono ribbing with those biggies over thera at The Ronde Bleek.

  2. on 8 June 2012 at 11:14 Cornelis said:

    Nice one !

  3. on 4 August 2012 at 18:17 maurice said:

    Nice fly vincent , trying to make this one myself

  4. on 10 August 2012 at 19:08 The Wizard said:

    Hi Vincent,
    For sure a nice fly. But to be honest I don’t see the added value of the ribbing with the mono line as the video already showed the ribbing being in place by the hackle.
    Anyway it looks catchy.

    Tight Lines, Frans

    • on 11 August 2012 at 15:33 Vincent said:

      Hi Frans!
      Thanks for your comment. Not sure if you mean what I think you mean, but the ribbing needs to be there for the protection of the fragile hackle. Without the mono ribbing the hackle is easily damaged by the tiny teeth most trout have. At first I’ve tied this fly without the mono-ribbing, but I wound up throwing lots of flies away because of the hackle coming loose. Now I tie the fly with the ribbing, the flies last MUCH longer.
      Tight lines and see you on OVM soon!
      Vincent

  5. on 27 October 2012 at 15:38 Hans Bock said:

    Maybe tie this fly on the VBE 2012!?

  6. on 26 March 2013 at 22:38 Pim de Haan said:

    Nice fly i am gonna make a few 🙂

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