Sawyer's Killerbugs

Frank Sawyer invented the Killer Bug to catch the unwanted grayling and the nymph turned out to be extremely successful. The Killer Bug is a fly that was developed in the 1930s. Sawyer was a river warden on the River Avon and was tasked with ridding the river of unwanted grayling. He developed the Killer Bug to make his work easier. The fly is made of copper wire and wool. The Killer Bug has been a very successful fly ever since and is used by many fly fishermen. I offer you here some color variations that are all worth fishing.

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