Published Jun 24. 2021 - 3 months ago

Vulgata Nymph

The mayfly nymphs or Vulgata nymphs can really trigger the trouts and graylings in river, streams or lakes. Theese big nymphs are an important food-source and a must have in the box. Off course you need theese nymphs when the insects are hatching or about to do - but the pattern here can be changes in sizes and colors to match other species or just to be used as an all-round nymph in general. In this video we have put our own Håkan Karsnäser behind the vice to demonstrate his version of the Ephemera Vulgata and Ephemera Danica nymph - his own favorite nymph to put on the leader while searching trouts in his home waters.

Hook: Ahrex FW530 Sedge
Thread: Brown
Tail: Brown Ostrich Herl
Rib: Brown Uniflex
Body: Sparkle Wooly Dub - Tan
Wingcase: Golden Pheasant Wing
Hackle: Olive Partridge

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