Ian's Brass Ass nymph - In this fly tying tutorial, I show a modified version of Ian Colin James' "Ian's Brass Ass." This is a featured fly on the Orvis website, and though originally tied for steelhead in the Great Lakes Region, this pattern has now become a popular one for Czech-nymph tactics, too. Being that there is a lot of weight to this fly helps it both get to the bottom quickly, and stay there longer. The fly also has a Copper John feel to it, undoubtedly due to the weight. I have varied it slightly, as mentioned in the video, and I encourage you to try your own variations, while maintaining the defining characteristics. This fly has caught steelhead, salmon, and all varieties of trout and grayling; open a spot in your box for Ian's Brass Ass. Featured in this tutorial are the N203BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing. These hooks are 2x heavy, which add to this pattern's weight and effectiveness. Check out those hooks and more at their website: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n203bl/ Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Ian's Brass Ass nymph

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In this fly tying tutorial, I show a modified version of Ian Colin James' "Ian's Brass Ass." This is a featured fly on the Orvis website, and though originally tied for steelhead in the Great Lakes Region, this pattern has now become a popular one for Czech-nymph tactics, too. Being that there is a lot of weight to this fly helps it both get to the bottom quickly, and stay there longer. The fly also has a Copper John feel to it, undoubtedly due to the weight. I have varied it slightly, as mentioned in the video, and I encourage you to try your own variations, while maintaining the defining characteristics. This fly has caught steelhead, salmon, and all varieties of trout and grayling; open a spot in your box for Ian's Brass Ass.

Featured in this tutorial are the N203BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing. These hooks are 2x heavy, which add to this pattern's weight and effectiveness. Check out those hooks and more at their website: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n203bl/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

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