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Tying with Woodduck Flank - nymphs


By Bob Petti

Nymphs such as these are very easy to tie yet are effective fish catchers. While we would be stretching the truth slightly to call these imitative nymphs (ahem), the woodduck flank tails are very representative of the thin and mottled tails of natural mayfly nymphs.

Beadhead Nymph

Hook:
1xl Wet Fly Hook
Thread:
To match dubbed body
Tail:
Woodduck Flank Feather Barbs
Rib:
Wire or Tinsel
Body:
A "buggy" dubbing such as hare's ear
Head:
Gold bead, sized to hook



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