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Stillwater Nymph

Stillwater Nymph Fly Tying Instructions

The Stillwater Nymph is an extremely effective lake or stillwater fly pattern.  The Stillwater Nymph was designed to imitate everything stillwater, that is why it is so effective.  The Stillwater Nymph could easily pass for a damsel fly, scud, callibeatis, juvenile crayfish or even a small leech.  The Stillwater Nymph is best fished when stripped slow behind an intermediate fly line.  The Stillwater Nymph can be fished stationary under an indicator with some effectiveness.  The Stillwater Nymph can be tied in olive, brown, black, purple or even orange.  Never go to a lake without it!

Stillwater Nymph Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #10-14 Tiemco 5262>>
Thread: Olive UTC 70>>
Tail: Olive Marabou>>
Body: Superfine Dubbing>>
Legs: Hackle>>
Rib: Copper Brassie Wire>>
Casing: Olive Marabou>>

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