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Nymph Head Evolution Bead Head Phea...

Tony Torrence adds an exciting twist to the Pheasant Tail Nymph using the New Nymph Head Evolution Tungsten Bead Heads and Hareline's New Micro Grizzly Legs.
This instructional video shares tips and techniques to enhance the Pheasant Tail Nymph.

Beadhead Bloody Fishhawk

Hook: Dropped Shank #12 - #18
Bead: 2.5mm Gold
Thread: Rose
Tail: Tan Mallard Flank
RIb: Gold Tinsel
Hackle: Furnace
Head: Rose Thread

Beadhead Blood Worm

Hook: Drop Shank #12 - #18
Bead: 2mm Silver
Thread: Rose
Rib: Pearl Tinsel
Body: Rose Thread
Thorax: Peacock Herl
Head: Rose Thread

Guides Choice Hare's Ear

If I could only pick one fly to take to a water I have never fished it would definitely be the Guides Choice Hare's Ear. I use it in numerous applications from streams to still water. Swing it, drift it or strip it. Just tie one on and catch fish!

Material List:
Thread: UTC 70 FL. Fire Orange
Hook: Umpqua U103 #16
Bead: 2.4mm Gold
Tail: Pheasant Tail
Rib: UTC Ultrawire Br Size
Dubbing: Hare's Ear
Thorax: Peacock Hurl
Soft Hackle: Hungarian Partridge

Jason's Hare's Ear

Hook: 2xl Nymph #14 - #18
Bead: 3mm Black
Weight: 10 Turns .015 Lead Wire
Thread: Brown
Tail: Wood Duck Flank
Rib: Fine Gold Wire
Abdomen: Light Hare's Ear
Wingcase: Peacock Chinese Braid
Thorax: Dark Hare's Ear

Green Arrow
Saw this fly on an article in Fly Tyer Magazine by Vince Wilcox. Was a little skeptical at first but I gave it a go try. I was a true believer when I finally used it after I exhausted all my other flies in my box. Try it, you will not be disappointed.