Published Nov 2. 2021 - 4 weeks ago

Montana Nymph

This nymph is proberbly one of the most known imitations for the large dark stonefly nymphs of North America, and was first tied by Lew Oatman of New York. It has later become a very popular pattern for stillwater fishing for rainbow trouts. The original version is the black/yellow version which our own stillwater-expert Håkan Karsnäser is tying in this video, but changing the size and colors can be done to match the smaller stoneflies - and remember to tie some bright colored versions for murky or cold water or just to provoke the biggest trout in the lake or river.

Hook: Ahrex Classic Streamer NS118
Thread: Black
Tail: Black hackle fibres
Body: Black Chenille
Thorax: Yellow Chenille
Hackle: Black cock hackle
Back: Black Chenille

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