Fly fishing nymphs
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Partridge and Orange Flat Braid by Nicole March
Hook: Partridge Sproat Wet Thread: Black 8/0 Uni 8/0Superthread 8/0 Body: Lagartun Micro Flatbraid - Fluorescent Orange Ribbing: Lagartun Fine Gold Wire (x-fine on smaller hooks) Hackle: Partridge Dubbing: Hare's Ear Plus Natural Secure your hook in the vise, and start the thread one eye length behind the eye. Ta
Surprising Trout Slammer: The GT Triple Double Dry Fly
Once in a while I run across a fly or lure that surprises me. It doesn't look as if it would work, but turns out it works very well. Sometimes, extremely well. Such a trout fly is the GT Triple Double dry pictured here. I first encountered this pattern while fishing with its originator, guide Gordon Tharrett on Utah's Green River tailwater some years back. The first eight miles of river below Flaming Gorge dam, the so-called "A" section, is chock full of trout in extremely c...
Efficient micro nymphs for long nymphing
Efficient micro nymphs for long nymphing - posted in The Fly Tying Bench: These are tied with Hends Body Quill. Every beginner can tie these nymphs and the tying process is very interested because you can provide different shades and colors in a lot of variation using only body thread and one or 2 body materials. The fly usually is tied in small sizes like #16 , 18 and 20 to be easy cast with dry fly french leaders... Material used: Hook: Maruto...