Hot Spot Cream Baetis Nymph

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Tying Recipe for Hot Spot Cream Baetis Nymph: Hook: Demmon W633 #16 Thread:  orange 8/0 Uni Body:cream turkey biot Tail: Coq de leon – flor de escoba Dubb: Troutline pure squirrel dubb Hot Spot: tying thread  orange Bead: tungsten in 2.3mm color gold Hot Spot Cream Baetis Nymph is for me  a general pattern for all baetis nymphs. You ...

Early Morning Baetis Nymph

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Tying Recipe for Early Morning Baetis Nymph: Hook: Demmon W633 #16 Thread:  orange 8/0 Uni Body: light yellow chartreuse turkey biot Tail: Coq de leon – flor de escoba Dubb: Troutline pure squirrel dubb Hot Spot: tying thread  orange Bead: tungsten in 2.3mm color gold Early Morning Baetis Nymph is  perfect for  starting  your fishing day in  hot Summer ...

Olive Gold Baetis Nymph

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Tying Recipe for Olive Gold Baetis Nymph: Hook: Demmon W633 #16 Thread:  orange 8/0 Uni Body: Olive gold turkey biot Tail: Coq de leon - flor de escoba Dubb: Troutline pure squirrel dubb Hot Spot: tying thread  orange Bead: tungsten in 2.3mm color gold Olive Gold Baetis Nymph is simple and efficient. These days a lot ...

Duracell Nymph

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This fly was generated by a fantastic UK fishermen and tier: Craig Mcdonald They fly works fantastic in fast rivers and stretch parts behind rocks where trout and grayling are located. I tested this fly this Summer, frankly is very colored fly and not on my taste because I prefer to use more natural colored ...

Ordinary Quill Nymph

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This nymph can be used  in lakes and rivers because I consider it a simple searching fly. The ordinary quill nymph  as I named, can be used as a small mayfly swimming nymph,  buzzer or a general  baetis. Materials used: Hook Demmon G602  because the bend of the hook shank suits better for a swimming nymph ...