Published Feb 15. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 21. 2018

Pliva Perdigon Nymph

Guest Tyer Devin Olsen of Fly Fishing Team USA shares with us one of his most deadly flies, a perdigon nymph. All fly tying materials for this fly are available at http://www.tacticalflyfisher.com/new-products/
Make sure to check out Devin's website http://www.tacticalflyfisher.com for indepth fly fishing instructions, materials, and tools. It's a fantastic resource regarding Euro Nymphing and other fly fishing techniques.
Devin also has a YouTube channel with other great flies to check out including other Euro Nymphing patterns. Subscribe at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr0j71ize5SHZ9-jNgkXDuQ
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