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Larval nymphs tyed with catgut bodies.  The catgut (really sheep or goat) takes on a very realistic translucent look when wet.

Larval nymphs tyed with catgut bodies. The catgut (really sheep or goat) takes on a very realistic translucent look when wet.

Stonefly NymphI will start off by adding some older flies I have tied to the blog to form a base. These will mostly be in chronological order but there might be some exceptions.The honor of being the first fly in my blog will go to a semi-realistic Stonefly nymph that I tied back in 2007. I haven’t tied realistics lately but I was quite active on them some years ago. Maybe I should give them a go again.Hook: long shanked nymph hook Tails: Hackle Stems Body: Nymph Skin Wingcases: Poly W...

Stonefly NymphI will start off by adding some older flies I have tied to the blog to form a base. These will mostly be in chronological order but there might be some exceptions.The honor of being the first fly in my blog will go to a semi-realistic Stonefly nymph that I tied back in 2007. I haven’t tied realistics lately but I was quite active on them some years ago. Maybe I should give them a go again.Hook: long shanked nymph hook Tails: Hackle Stems Body: Nymph Skin Wingcases: Poly W...

Detailed instructions for tying a Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Nymph.

Gold Ribbed Hares Ear Nymph by Tightline Productions. Detailed instructions for tying a Gold Ribbed Hares Ear Nymph.

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