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Invicta trout fly

Description

The original Invicta trout fly was created by James Ogden during the late 1800's in England. It continues to be a favorite for many lake and river trout anglers including in New Zealand.

An excellent all-purpose wet fly and attractor pattern when sedges are in evidence. It is very effective during the summer evenings.

Invicta
Art of Fly Fishing Calendar, 2006
© Michael Scheele

 

Type Wet fly
Use

Best fished just below the surface on an intermediate line although trout will often eat it as soon as it lands on the water.

 

Represents A hatching sedge fly.
See also Caddis Emerger
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