Published Jul 29. 2019 - 1 year ago

Cut Loop Nymphs

A great way to easily add multiple gills and/or legs to nymph or shrimp patterns. A spiral of fibres is wound up the body over a plastic tube held in place under the body with temporary thread wraps. The fibres are then locked in place along the back with UV-resin, the tube removed and the resulting loops cut to form the gills or legs. I've used organza fibres in the video, but the same method could be used with any long synthetic fibre. Thanks for watching.

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