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BETTER NYMPH / BETTER NYMPH OF WORLD / NEVER FAILS /

GAETAN NYMPH - WORLD BEST NYMPH

 
tied by cofg
Fly Type: Nymphs,
Target Species: not available Steelhead, Trout,
Recommended Region: Northeast US, Northwest US, Southeast US, Southwest US, Central US, Alaska, Western Canada, Eastern Canada, Central Canada, Caribbean, Mexico, South America, New Zealand, Russia, General Europe,
Imitation: Caddis Flies, Crabs, Dragonflies, Mayflies, Stone Flies,
Material List:
HOOK: Tiemco TMC200R N 12
BODY: HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGE
BH: TUNGSTENG OR SIMPLE BH. N 3mm. OR 3.5mm.
TYING WIRE: ORANGE, WHITE, BEIGE OR BLACK
Tying Instructions: FEEDING THE 3 BH, TIE FRONT OF THE LAST BH A FEATHER NECKLACE AND THEN CUT, EQUAL TO PROCEED WITH THE REST OF THE BH.
Presentation Tips: GAETAN NYMPH - BEST NYMPH OF THE WORLD


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