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Midge Larva 5 Red

SKU: 5780000035
22,00 kr
Midges will often bring the first fish of the season to the surface and the last. This small insects often hatch in large quantities and it's not uncommon for fish the get selective. During a hatch, the pupae is an easy target for the fish as they hang in the surface head up and tail down. Remember to approach a fish with ease that is feeding on midge pupae. Observe and be patient!
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Size: 7 mm / approx 1/4 in Hook: J:son GB #18

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Size: 7 mm / approx 1/4 in Hook: J:son GB #18

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