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Cress Bug Jig Nymph

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#1 tctrout


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Posted 23 June 2016 - 09:39 AM

For those of you that fish spring creeks (I live in PA, and fish a few ;-) now and then), you know the Cress Bug is a great producer throughout the year. In my newest fly tying video, I feature a simple one tied on a jig hook; enjoy.


I'd love to hear about any variations you make to yours, especially on the creation of the body.  Additionally, any information related to their entomology would be welcome..thanks!




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