Rubber leg nymph- by Christopher Miller

featured, Fly Patterns, Videos — By on January 17, 2013 11:51 am

Sometimes the most effective patterns can be the easiest to tie. For this rubber leg nymph by Christopher Miller a bead, lead, rubber legs, and chenille are all you need.


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  1. nymphermaniac says:

    Great video! Excellent steps. Rubber legs are my favorite method for taking cuts. Orange chenille in the fall is dynomite.

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  2. Horacio M. villanueva says:

    Very easy and very effective I suppose. I like.-

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  3. Lyle says:

    Very easy and it wos very well

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  4. Mark says:

    A bad day of fishing is better then a good day @ work

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  5. B. Beck says:

    In Colorado we call this Pat’s Rubber legs or in some areas Cat Poo. Great pattern for stone nymph, or attractor.

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  6. J.Seidl says:

    Nice,simple pattern–as nymphs should be. I’ll give it a try this weekend as a drop fly ice fishing.

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  7. Fred Evans says:

    AKA THE ‘Grindle Bug’ or here in So. Oregon the ‘Otis Bug.’

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