Posts Tagged ‘Nymph’
Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing could be considered a new frontier in fishing nymphs and a new way to tie flies. Some fly tiers consider them ugly. In terms of a classic construction and after the traditional rules to tie a nymph, these flies are quite ugly. These flies don’t […]
Matt from Loon shows off the Jigawockie, a hotspot deep fishing nymph.
These small and delicate nymphs were invented by Spanish fisherman competitors and are used for aprox 6 years
“My Precious Nymph” is tied to imitate baetis nymphs, clinger nymphs, swimming and crawler nymphs, basically almost all delicate medium-small nymphs
An interesting take on a deep fishing nymph, where the legs are formed from wire.
A flowing nymph pattern that wants to be a soft hackle. The Shakey Bealy could be a great Sulphur or October caddis pattern that might be that extra little bit that make a killer fly. Swung on a tight line or dead drifted, give the Shakey Bealy a try.
“Nothing complicated but very efficient for fishing grayling and trout using “peche a vue ” – the french technique of fishing with micro nymphs. Tying this micro nymph is not complicated and is not time consuming. Every fisherman or beginner tier can make this fly in aprox 5min.” – Lucian Vacies Materials: Hook: Maruto D82 […]
Lucian shows how to tie a Gammarus Nymph with the “Pro Sportfisher shell” – a pre cut synthetic type of skin with a very realistic look.
A great nymph pattern that will allow any tier to create a realistic nymph.
A great nymph pattern that not only looks great but is durable. Color and size can be easily adapted to meet local conditions and bugs.
Lucian gives his take on a GRHE, with the usual stunning attention to detail.
An interesting take on a widely popular fly. The use of CDC allows for extra movement and trapping of some micro air bubbles for an extra buggy look.
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.
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.