Published Jan 21. 2020 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Jan 25. 2020

Mayer's Mini Leech

In this week’s episode of Tying Tuesdays, watch as Brady ties the Mayers Mini Leech!
Created by Landon Mayer, (Colorado guide and royalty tyer for Umpqua Feather Merchants) the Mayers Mini Leech is a must-have pattern. This fly is a micro leech imitation that is a great attractor in certain color variations, while also being a super life like leech imitation in black or brown.

The version tied in this video is the original lightweight pattern. Umpqua now offers a Jig option for those fishing euro style or who maybe just prefer a weighted option. There isn't really a wrong way to fish this fly. Tie it on and give a big fish a chance to hammer it.

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