Published May 9. 2018 - 1 week ago
Updated or edited May 10. 2018

Brownline Nymph

This Nymph has been developed for a creek I fish a few times a year but works well on most of the small streams I hit in the GTA. I wanted a soft hackle that was a little more durable and so opted for a split thread dubbing loop collar. I sweep the dubbing back like I would a soft hackle and the dubbing creates a nice bubble around the high contrasted chartreuse body.

Brownline Nymph

Hook: Firehole 516 #12-18 or another jig hook
Bead: Gold tungsten
Thread: Brown UTC 6/0 (140d)
Tail: Pardo CDL fibers
Ribbing: Chartreuse Ultrawire small
Body coat: Bone Dry U.V.
Thorax: Brown Ice Dubbing

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