Brown Biot Nymph

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I had time to tie flies at the weekend, so today I present to you one of the most effective nymphs from my box dedicated to northern waters: the brown biot nymph. It is a general imitation of small mayflies and similar insects. The brown color is mostly found in waters with many granite and basalt stones and in areas where conifers predominate and the banks are full of peat.
It is used both with dry fly equipment (Leisenring technique) and with euronymphing equipment. If in the first case the fly is used alone with a classic dry leader, in the last case it is used in tandem with a heavier nymph.

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