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White Cat Bunny Leech Fly

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About the White Cat Bunny Leech Trout Fly

We only have unbeaded version in stock at present. More beaded versions are being tied!

The White Cat Bunny Leech is a superb general purpose streamer that is very effective in lakes and slower portions of rivers.

We have two varieties, one with a green bead in the tail and the other without a bead. (Please make sure you choose the correct variety within the selection)

Country of origin for this trout fly: England

This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water

Pattern Dressings

  • The length of the tail from the eye to the cut is 5cm for size 10 and 4cm for size 12.

Comments from other fly fishermen

Another excellent pattern from fishforflies.Has already accounted for over 35 trout this season including a 7lb 4oz brown and an 10lb 8oz rainbow . Fished fast or slow on an intermediate line it is a guaranteed fish catcher no matter the conditions. J Gordon Dickson Manager Millan Waters Trout Syndicate - 5 out of 5 Stars by on 19/04/2014

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