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Fly Tying Nymph Patterns

- Patterns designed to fished below the surface Usually imitating (but not limited to) the nymphal/larvae stage of aquatic insects like mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies and midges.

Tying Emergers Patterns

- Patterns designed to imitate insects in the process of “hatching” from water-breathing aquatic organisms, to air-breathing adults. Trout/game fish will often key in on insects in this vulnerable state of transition, making emerger patterns a valuable addition to your fly box!
Fly Tying Nymphs & Emergers Latest Article

Dubbing Brush Nymph

Sunday, April 22nd, 2007 at 7:54 pm

For many anglers on this side of the Atlantic, Czech Nymphing is still a pretty foreign idea. While we may, or may not choose to employ this short line method of fishing heavy nymphs, there is no doubt that the effectiveness of this approach makes it worth a second look.

Dubbing Brush Nymph

Step By Step Instructions for Tying Nymphs-Emergers Patterns

Bunny Foot Emerger
Caddis Emerger Fly Pattern
Caddis larva Pattern
CDC Biot Comparadun
CDC Parachute Midge Larva
Dubbing Brush Nymph
Early Black Stonefly Nymph
Emergent Sparkle Pupa Pattern
Evil Weevil Nymph
Flash-back Pheasant Tail
Green Drake Emerger
Green Drake Nymph Pattern
Opening-Day Nymph
Parasol Emerger
Prince Nymph Pattern
Red Brassie Midge Pattern
Sparkle-Pheasant Tail Nymph
The McKay Stonefly
Triple Wing Caddis Pattern
Western Stonefly Nymph

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