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Jelly Bloodworm 

Blood worm (midge larvae) imitations are highly effective on educated fish in lakes. They also work well on backwaters and slower sections of lowland rivers with beds of silt or mud. The Jelly Bloodworm captures well the segmentation and translucency of the natural.

 


 


Fishing Tip:  For sight fishing situations either cast it ahead of cruising fish or suspend, by means of an indicator, just off the bottom in the path of a fish working a regular beat. 

When blind fishing lakes, suspend it close to the bottom, either below an indicator or a bushy dry fly e.g. cicada.

 
 
 

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