Flashback Hare's Ear Nymph - A short fly tying video showing how to tie a Flashback Hare's Ear. This fly can be tied with any size hook, but I prefer size #14, #16, #18. The Hair's Ear Nymph Pattern is a long standing, successful trout fly and with a touch of flash, this fly can make your day on the water. I use aa Hair's Ear Flies primarily in the Winter and Spring, I believe this fly may look like a mayfly, caddis or even a small stonefly in the water and fishing it is never a bad choice. If you would like to take an incredible float down the Roaring Fork River or Colorado River near Aspen, CO. Contact Capt Matt at www.http://riplips.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Flashback Hare's Ear Nymph

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A short fly tying video showing how to tie a Flashback Hare's Ear. This fly can be tied with any size hook, but I prefer size #14, #16, #18. The Hair's Ear Nymph Pattern is a long standing, successful trout fly and with a touch of flash, this fly can make your day on the water. I use aa Hair's Ear Flies primarily in the Winter and Spring, I believe this fly may look like a mayfly, caddis or even a small stonefly in the water and fishing it is never a bad choice. If you would like to take an incredible float down the Roaring Fork River or Colorado River near Aspen, CO. Contact Capt Matt at www.http://riplips.com
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Martin Joergensen
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