Posts Tagged “Nymph”

Nymph Fly Fishing For Trout in Wisconsin

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Nymph Fly Fishing For Trout in Wisconsin

Nymph fly fishing the Rush River in Wisconsin with my dad for Brown and Brook trout. The flies we used were bead head caddis nymphs. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Fly Tying with David Strawhorn – Hares Ear Nymph

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Fly Tying with David Strawhorn – Hares Ear Nymph

The Hare’s ear patterns are very simple but highly effective. Originally tied in natural fur and called the Gold Ribbed Hares Ear (GRHE), many variants have now been produced using dyed Hare’s Ear fur. Usually can be tied very small to simulate tiny midge pupae or very large for cased caddis larvae. Best fished on…

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Fly tying with David Strawhon – Killer Damsel Fly Nymph

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Fly tying with David Strawhon – Killer Damsel Fly Nymph

My version of a Damsel nymph. This fly will catch you fish from Early Summer into late Autumn. The most common mistake that people make when tying Damsel nymphs is they either tie it on a 4x long shank hook then put a marabou tail on it the same length making the overall fly about…

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Fly Tying Instructions: Stillwater Nymph With Maria Rivas

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Fly Tying Instructions: Stillwater Nymph With Maria Rivas

Rivas. For more information, help and materials: www.bobmarriottsflyfishingstore.com Maria Rivas, fly fisher and tyer, demonstrates the tying of Denny Rickard’s stillwater nymph with these fly tying instructions from Maria Rivas. This is a very effective pattern in California Lakes.

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