Published Sep 9. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 6. 2018

Blowtorch Tag Nymph

The Blowtorch is a variation on a pattern our Czech guide showed my Fly Fishing Team USA mates and I while fishing in the 2014 World Fly Fishing Championships. It was deadly in the Czech Republic and it has been deadly here in the USA as well. I generally fish it as the point fly on a two or three fly Euro nymphing or Czech nymphing rig but it would work just as well with a strike indictor rig.
In this tutorial you will learn how to tie this fly as well make a soft hackle nymph with oversized feathers.

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