Biot Nymph – by Lucas Langton

featured, Fly Patterns, Step-by-Step Tutorials — By on January 15, 2015 10:34 am


Materials
Gamakatsu R-17B sz 12-16, UTC 140
Tungsten bead
Turkey biot
Hare’s ear dubbing
UV Ice pheasant tail dubbing
Pheasant tail
Clear Cure

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attach your thread and add 4-6 pheasant tail fibers for a tail

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Tie in a Turkey biot and advance forward for a segmented body

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Tie in another biot on the top of the hook shank that will be used for the wing casing

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Mix the Hares ear and pheasant tail ice dub and dub it for a thorax
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Fold the biot over the dubbed thorax and tie off.  After clipping the tag and whip finishing, apply some Clear cure goo for strength

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Brush out the thorax for a nice buggy profile

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2 Comments

  1. Sare says:

    Easy to tye.
    Looks good.
    I’ll try it next week at Missouri Montauk State Trout Park / Current River.
    Don’t under estimate Missouri for some Great Trout Fishing.
    Sare

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  2. Luke says:

    I’m a fellow Missourian, we’ve got some good stuff. There’s some excellent trout fishing in the Midwest.
    Luke

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