Black Squirmy Leech Nymph

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This fly is tied simple as a nymph. It is effective int he first months of fishing seasons when dead fish eggs are floating near the river bottom. Leaches are searching and eating those eggs and trout and grayling with their strong protection instinct hunt them. Materials: Demmon ST 320 in size #8-12Thread: blackBody : synthetic ...

The Blue Discrete Perdigon

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Materials used: Hook Demmon 633 #14Thread: BlackTail: Coq de LeonBody: Black ThreadRibbing: silver tinselCoating : 2 layers with Perdigon Clear Resin ( one for deep penetration and durability and the second for glossy finish )Hot Spot Resin: Troutline Hot Colored ResinBead: Tungsten in goldHot spot : blue tinsel Lately, this nymph seems to be super efficient ...

Johan Ivemyr – The Secret Pheasant Tail Nymph

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Tying Recipe: *Demmon ST 320 BL Jig Hook #12 *Thread 8/0 Black Uni Thread *Body: Pheasant Tail barbs *Tail: Pheasant Tail tips from barbs *Ribbing: Pink wire *Thorax: Micro Flash dark brown *Wing: CDC barbs - Chacki Campbell The secret is staying in the wing, thorax color and how this fly is fished. Johan recommend to be played behind rocks to induce ...

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 ...