Published Nov 30. 2015 - 8 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 27. 2018

Pay Czech

Woven Nymph Fly Tying Instructions.
At first I was intimidated to tackle a technique that was fairly new to me known as weaving flies. The final nymphs I had seen other tyers produce had amazingly intertwined bodies with a dark top and light bottom that looked fishy as can be! Derek gave it a shot early on and produced some sweet looking patterns that ended up catching decent numbers of fish on our local rivers and streams. I soon gave in and decided it was time to weave. I made the most interesting observation after only a few dozen flies, this technique is actually pretty easy and can make for some great looking bodies on flies. This particular pattern incorporates the techniques used by many others in the past, but we feel that the combination of colors, and the particular materials used make this nymph special. This is a deadly pattern used while Euro Nymphing or Czech Nymphing. It can also be fished under an indicator.

The Pay Czech has also been picked up by Rainy's Flies to be sold in fly shops worldwide starting in 2016.

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