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Category Archives: Mayfly Nymphs

Tellico Nymph

Tellico Nymph

Tellico Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tellico Nymph is a classic nymph pattern developed in Eastern Tennessee. The Tellico Nymph has remained popular in the East, but also makes a great attractor pattern here in the West for trout. Many anglers have adopted the Tellico as their “go to” Bluegill pattern. Slowly stripped and… Continue Reading

Barr’s Hare Copper

Barr’s Hare Copper

Barr’s Hare Copper Fly Tying Video Instructions The Barr’s Hare Copper is a great blend of two flies called the Copper John and Hare’s Ear.  The Barr’s Hare Copper was developed by innovative fly tier John Barr and is a great heavy attractor/searching pattern.  The Barr’s Hare Copper does a great job imitating a large mayfly nymph or a… Continue Reading

CDC Downey Nymph

CDC Downey Nymph

CDC Downey Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The CDC Downey Wonder Nymph is a variation of the classic Downey Wonder Nymph.  This version uses CDC for the legs and wing casing.  Instead of the aftershaft feather used on the standard wonder nymph.   CDC is available in many different colors, and is a bit easier to… Continue Reading

Redheaded CDC Callibaetis

Redheaded CDC Callibaetis

Redheaded CDC Callibaetis Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Redheaded CDC Callibaetis is a great lake and stillwater pattern.  The Redheaded CDC Callibaetis is great when fished behind a larger fly, such as a Woolly Bugger or Leech.  The Redheaded CDC Callibaetis is more colorful and “catchy” version of a Callibaetis pattern.  The extra color… Continue Reading

deGala’s Gilled Nymph

deGala’s Gilled Nymph

deGala’s Gilled Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions In this video, Herman deGala demonstrates how to tie his version of Stalcup’s Gilled Nymph.  The deGala Gilled Nymph is a great Callibaetis imitation for Western Stillwaters and Lakes.  The most popular colors for the Gilled Nymph are Tan and Olive, but the Gilled Nymph can be tied… Continue Reading