Peeping Caddis -simple and efficient nymph

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Here is a simple and efficient Peeping Caddis:Tying Materials Hook: barbless jig hook Bead: natural colored tungsten - more cheaper than tungsten colored beads Body: hare dubbing - natural Head: green chartreuse synthetic ribbing Legs: partridge barbs ( from back zone )Is very simple to tie, no special skills needed, no expensive materials. Any beginner can make it and a ...

PT Orange Neck Nymph

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Tying Recipe and materials:Hook: Demmon DSD 110 #14-#18 Thread: Uni 8/0 black Hot Spot: Orange Thread Body: brown dark natural pheasant barb Ribbing: copper wire Tail: Coq de Leon barbs -pardo flor de escoba Bead – tungsten in goldFishing tips:perfect for fishing using any style of nymphing it is working entire fishing season when the ...

Fly Tying Riddle -Hot Spot

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Hellow guys again! We have another tying riddle for you Bellow is our newest jig tested in Lapland. On dark and deep waters this nymph was absolutely deadly. If somebody guess what material was used for making the hot spot will receive a very nice award from Trout Line Company:a bag with the secret material 2 bags with jig ...

Jig Nymphs

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Fishing with jig nymphs is not new but also not very popular between fishermen. Fishing with dry flies is considered "crème de la crème" in fly fishing but sometimes this style is not working. Probably is too cold outside, or there is no hatch or only the River God knows why. For these reasons fishing ...