Beadhead Flashback Hare’s Ear
The Beadhead Flashback Hare’s Ear is a popular fly pattern that is widely used in fly fishing for trout and other freshwater species. It is a variation of the classic Hare’s Ear nymph pattern, which imitates a variety of aquatic insects that trout feed on.
The BH Flash Back Hare’s Ear is tied with a brass or tungsten beadhead, which adds weight and helps the fly sink quickly to the bottom of the river or stream. The body of the fly is made of hare’s ear dubbing, which imitates the color and texture of many aquatic insects. The fly also has a flashabou wing case, which gives the fly increased visibility in the water and adds to its effectiveness.
This fly is typically fished as a nymph, which means it is fished below the surface of the water to imitate a drifting insect or larvae. The Beadhead Flash Back Hare’s Ear is particularly effective in moderate to fast-moving water, where trout are often feeding on insects near the bottom.
Overall, the Beadhead Flash Back Hare’s Ear is a reliable and effective fly pattern that should be in every fly angler’s fly box. Its weight, realistic appearance, and increased visibility make it a go-to pattern for many anglers, and it can imitate a variety of aquatic insects that trout feed on.
Usually available in the following color variations: Natural | Dark
Usually available in the following hook sizes: 8 | 10 | 12 | 14 | 16 | 18 | 20