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Flies with bead heads

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Find "Martin's Mundane Zonker Worm" here

Martin's Mundane Zonker Worm

Find "The Prince and its Derivatives" here

Prince Nymphs

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Baby Buggers

Skip to "The Universal Nymph"

The Universal Nymph

Find "Beads and eyes" here

Beads and eyes

See "Charlie's Bead Head Scud" by clicking here

Charlie's Bead Head Scud

Proceed to "The history of the gold bead" here

The history of the gold bead

Videos with "Beads - Flies with bead heads" - More videos about about this subject
Higa's S.O.S.
Detailed instructions for tying Higa's S.O.S.
Shock Tactic
FlyStream #6 River Nymph. How to tie the Shock Tactic as featured in FlyStream Issue 6.
Beadhead Crackback Hendrickson

Hook:1xl nymph #12 - #14
Bead: 3mm Copper
Thread: Olive Brown
Tail: Wood Duck Flank
Rib: Orange/Brown Nylon Thread
Body: Hendrickson Antron Blend
Wingcase: Grey Goose Biot
Thorax: Hendrickson Antron Blend

Electric Prince

Hook: 2xl Nymph #12 - #18
Bead: 3mm Copper
Weight: .015 Lead Wire (Optional)
Thread: Olive
Tail: brown Goose Biot
Rib: Black Kyrstal Flash
Body: Yellow Dubbing
Hackle: Dark Ginger or Brown
Wing: White Goose Biot

Jacked Up Hare's Ear
Here is a quick variation of the Hare's Ear Nymph that I like to fish. Tied on a Partridge Jig hook using a metallic red slotted tungsten bead, this pattern is an attractor pattern that has caught a lot of fish. Just a little different variation of a great pattern.