Posts Tagged ‘Lucian Vasies’
Materials: Hook: Caddis #14 Daiichi D1130 Thread: yellow body tread Devaux and 17/0 UniThread Tail: Coq de Leon Underbody: yellow Devaux nody thread Body: olive lurefil Torax: super nymph dubbing or dubbing from hare mask mix with syntethic dubbing Wingcase: pearl scudback Heavy: tungsten bead 3mm Tie in your tail and lay a thread base [...]
ucian Vasies is known for his amazing clean ties, and this Quill Baetis nymph does not disappoint. A basic pattern with flawless execution, size and color could be adapted to match local mayfly nymphs.
Usually we give detailed instructions with our fly tutorials, but with the nymph by Lucian Vasies pictures really are worth more than words. A great versatile pattern that should be in any anglers box.
A very basic, but cleanly, tied nymph. With the basic foundation shown, the color combinations are truely endless. This is a great nymph pattern that should be in and anglers box.
The glitter nymph is a fairly basic pattern in detail, but as Lucian shows even a basic pattern (when tied well) can be quite impressive. Notice the use of UV resin to enhance the visual appeal of the fly and added durability.
Lucian Vasies shows how to tie his Quill Nymph. A very life-like pattern that makes use of stripped peacock herl, which is easily prepared by rubbing a herl with a pencil eraser.
Lucian Vasies shows a great mayfly nymph. A segmented body and rabbit thorax give this fly a great look. Also the gills are an added touch that are not normally added.
Lucian Vasies shows his Bomber Baby Fish. A fly built with spun loops of deer hair, it is a great alternative to stacking and spinning hair. Lucian makes use of a Xpert Vosseler Tool to hold the materials straight and even in the loops. Hooks: Daiichi D2220#8 Tying Thread: UniThread 6/0 red Tail: Marabou Body: [...]
Lucian Vasies shows an innovative technique for tying nymphs. His lifelike gills are fish catchers.
Lucian Vasies offers a unique winging method with CDC for a mayfly dun. A clean pattern with easy to follow steps that can be adapted through color or size to meet your local hatch.