Video – Tying a red spotted peacock quill nymph

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here is a specialised nymph designed for targeting trout and grayling, meticulously crafted for optimum performance using the Euro Nymphing Technique or Fishing on Sight/Peche a Vue. This technique involves casting in front of the fish and animating the fly to provoke a strike. This fly adheres to the best practices of Euro Nymphing, featuring a ...

Video -Tying an Egg Laying CDC Sedge

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I recently posted this video on Youtube about this sedge. I have received questions about why I am doing an under body. There are two reasons: I use kapok that does not soak in water and improves the floatability To give a little thickness to the body because insects also have a thicker, more consistent body. Tying ...

Video – How I tie a biot nymph

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Here is a video about my way of tying these biot nymphs. I hope you find it interesting and usefull. Materials used: Hook: Daiichi 1190 BL – I prefer size #16-18 Thread: 8/0 Textreme or any you like, I used brown Tail: partridge barbs Weight: tungsten bead or tungsten wire ( more ecological friendly than lead wire ) Body: Troutline goose biots dyed in yellow Thorax: squirrel dubbing in yellow Back: made of ...

Video – Tying a black killer spider nymph

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Materials: Jig hook Demmon XTreme in size #16 Black thread 8/0 uni ( I use to wax it to increase the grip of the ribbing material) Red hot spot made of flat tinsel Ribbing made of Micro ribbing UV material in blue color Hackle made of Teal Duck in natural / or partridge Tungsten is pink in 3,5mm

Video – Tying a Juicy Jig Nymph

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The Juicy Nymph is a highly effective yet simple fly that is easy to tie. This generic fly pattern imitates the olive-brown colored nymphs found in European waters, making it an excellent searching pattern that can attract both trout and grayling. One of the things I really appreciate about this fly is how simple it is ...

Video- Tying a Micro Worm

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I like this pattern because it can be done on small and very small hooks. Then the body, which is elastic and soft, is also translucent. And last but not least, it is UV resistant. It is perfect for shy and cautious fish. Materials: Hook ST320 #16-20Thread: Red any you likeBody: Micro Wormy Body – killer redBead: Tungsten in metallic ...