Published Dec 21. 2018 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Dec 21. 2018

Cammisa's Stealth Mode jig nymph

Cammisa's Stealth Mode is a jig nymph that pays homage to tinsel-bodied flies with its use of UNI-Mylar. Though that material has "stealth" tendencies, everything completely changes with the rear hot spot...and fish don't seem to mind. Learn more about this pattern in the video.

Hook: Hanak H450BL; #14
Bead: Silver slotted tungsten; 3.0mm from Hazard Fly Fishing
Threads: Glo-Brite #1; fl. fuchsia & UNI 8/0; black
Tail: Coq de Leon; medium pardo
Ribbing: UNI-French small; silver
Body: UNI-Mylar #12; holographic black
Thorax: Siman Peacock Dubbing; peacock black
UV: Solarez Bone Dry

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