Universal U1 Nymph

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Materials: Maruto D04 HWW #10-16 Thread: 8/0 Black Body: Mad Rabbit Dubbing-Natural Ribbing: Wire Tail and Body: olive goose biot Hackle: Partridge - one turn! Neck: Spiky Dubb  in natural color The fly is  a variant of Classic Universal Nymph originated by Steve Schweitzer long time ago and was published on Globalflyfisher. Tied in this version is ...

Pink Collar PT Nymph

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The pink collar PT Nymph is made to be simple and efficient. All of us know that a pheasant nymph variant will work from starting season till at the end of it. Adding a hot colored dubbing in recipe or a hot spot can be an efficient trigger sometimes. This version works for rainbow extremely well ...

Globalflyfisher Universal Nymph

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Materials: Hook: Demmon Competition 900 BL #14 Thread: UTC 70DEN orange Tail::Brown Troutline Goose Biots Ribbing: Copper wire Body:Mad Dubbing- natural color Thorax: Mad Rabbit Dubbing Plus - Salt and pepper Thorax Cover: Troutline Mylar 2mm UV Band - Pearl Ice Legs: Partridge grey hackle First time I saw this nymph in the box of a very good friend. He told me that tied ...

Bead Head Pheasant Tail

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This is my version, one of the most simple and easy to tie but effective nymph: Hook: Demmon 633 #12-18 Thread: Orange Uni 8/0 Body: pheasant fibers from pheasant tail feather from rooster Ribbing: Tinsel Thorax: Peacock Thorax cover: pheasant barbs Tail: pheasant barbs tips Bead: Tungsten Legs: pheasant barbs tips

Grayling UV Pink Bug

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Tied on small and very small hooks, this nymph is extremely efficient for grayling. I do not understand exactly why, maybe because grayling is a very curious fish. I have it in my box tied in orange, purple and pink on size #14-16-18 hooks. Here is the recipe: Hook: Demmon G602 #14 Thread: orange or pink ...

Perdigon Jig with CDC

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Perdigon Jig with CDC is a strange hybrid  based on perdigon  type of flies. I like perdigon nymphs, especially perdigon jig because: they sink fast like a rok easy to tie  very fast to tie economic fly - not fancy materials, just thread,  bead,  barbs for tails and maybe some uv ribbing sometimes perfect for ...

Peeping Caddis Nymph

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Recipe: *Hook: Demmon DJS 300 BL *Thread: chartreuse and black *Head: UV ribbing material - chartreuse color :Hackle: long barbed Partridge feather - one turn or one and half turn maximum *Body: Troutline Thorax Nymphing Dubbing - dark *Bead: black nickel tungsten Peeping Caddis Nymph is one of my favorite fly for starting season. I'm not filling comfortable if I do not ...

PT1 Pheasant Tail Nymph

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PT1 Pheasant Tail Nymph is extremely simple to tie,even a beginner can tie it fast and easy without headaches. You need to take in consideration a few points to tie perfectly a Pheasant Tail Variant. Recipe: Hook: Demmon DGH 900BL #10-16 Thread: Orange Hot Spot: Orange Thread Ribbing: Wire Under-Body- thread -carrot shape profile Body: Pheasant ...