The Black Variant fly pattern is a type of fly used in fly fishing. It is a classic wet fly pattern that originated in the northeastern United States and has been used for decades to catch trout and other game fish.
The Black-Variant is a simple fly that typically consists of a black body made of floss or other materials and black hackle fibers.
The Black-Variant is often fished as a “swing” fly, meaning that it is cast upstream and allowed to drift downstream while being slowly retrieved, creating a motion in the water that can attract fish. It is particularly effective in low-light conditions, such as early morning or late evening, and in waters where there are natural populations of black-colored insects.
As with many classic fly patterns, there are variations of the Black Variant that may feature different materials or tying techniques. However, the basic design and color scheme remain the same.
Usually available in the following hook sizes: 10 | 12 | 14 | 16 | 18 | 20 | 22
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