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Invicta trout fly


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.

Art of Fly Fishing Calendar, 2006
© Michael Scheele


Type Wet fly

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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