Davie McPhail ties a Mahongany Mayfly Nymph

featured, Fly Patterns, Videos — By on March 30, 2011 8:21 am


Davie McPhail ties his Mahongany Mayfly Nymph. This pattern can easily be adapted to match any mayfly nymph. Notice the tapered underbody that Davie builds with his lead and the tag ends of the tail biots.

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  1. John Sawtell says:

    Thanks Davie,
    This is a lovely little general purpose nymph. Just right for getting down to the lower layers. Just one question: where do you get Mahogany coloured biots, or do you dye your own?
    Thanks
    John

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  2. Francisco Rodriguez says:

    Excelente ninfa, cosa nada extraña en un montador tan bueno como David.

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  3. David Heath says:

    Always a pleasure to watch as lam quite new to flytying As you make it so easy for any one to follow brilent Thanks.

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  4. Harold Ray Emerson says:

    Davie can tie anything, anytime, well!! You will find no better tyer in the world. No brag; that’s a fact, and I wish he lived next door to me here in Texas, rather than a world away!!

    Good goin’ once again, Davie.

    Ray

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  5. Victor Stiuca says:

    Foarte faina nimfa

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