A tempting mouthful for cruising trout on any stillwater.
Fish this bloodworm fly pattern on a very slow retrieve using a slow slow slow figure of eight.
But fishing this pattern suspended under a nice static bung is a fantastic method. Let it sit for as long as you dare and then give it a short sharp tweak no more than a couple of inches, then letting it sit and do all the work for you. With so much movement in the straggly ends it will look like its swimming with just the gentle movement of the water around it.
Tie it and try it and let us know how you get on in the comments below.
To tie the bung bloodworm you will need:
• Size 10 - 12 curved or grub hook
• Copper coloured tungsten bead
• Fire orange coloured tying silk
• Red coloured stretch floss
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