Published May 19. 2021 - 2 months ago

Floating Nymph

With the mayfly season just around the corner, it is like christmas for dry-fly fishers at the moment. Watching theese majestic insects floating down the stream and dissapear in the mouth of a rising trout or grayling is the dream-sight of a dryflyenthusiast. In this video we once again have John Petermann behind the vice tying up a universal pattern - The Floating Nymph, which can be tied in various colors for matching the different species of hatching nymphs - a “must-have” patttern in the box.

Hook: Ahrex FW501 - Dry Fly Traditional
Thread: Veevus 10/0 - Brown
Tail: Pheasant Tail fibres
Body: Dark Brown Fly-Rite dubbing
Legs: Partridge
Wingcase: Pheasant Tail fibres
Thorax: Haers Ear / Squirrel Dubbing

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Martin Joergensen
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