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Brent's CDC Winged Frenchie Nymph - Competitive Angler
A variation of the famous tungsten bead head frenchie nymph, CA Guide Brent Kinner added some CDC and a orange hot spot. This fly is usually tied on when he hits the water. *Tied on the new Hanak H 490 Jig Trophy Hook and a slotted tungsten bead
European nymphs - posted in The Fly Tying Bench: Hi guys, This nymph bellow is one of my most productive nymph used in the first part of the season and when the waters are high and muddy: Hooks : curved caddis fly hooks : Demmon DGH #14 Thread : Orange Hot Spot Thread or any hot orange thread you can find Body : Pheasant tail feather – barbs – natural color Tail :red-brown cock bars – you can use Coq de Leon Indio Rubion...
Bamford's Overbite Nymph SBS
Bamford's Overbite Nymph SBS - posted in Step by Step Patterns & Tutorials: Change color/sizes to meet your needs.hook - Dai Riki 280 #14thread - MFC 8/0 browntail/abdomen - pheasant tailrib - Uni-stretch yellowthorax - Arizona Synthetic dubbing peacockshellback/legs - pheasant tailmash barb, start thread; tie in rib, wrap to bendtie in some pheasant tail fibers (tips gap width past bend); wrap to 2/3 markrib abdomen; tie off/trimtie in some more pheasant tail fibers; let tips ext...