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/ bead / biot / Brown / Dubbing / mayfly / Nymph / Ostrich / Pheasant /
NH Heptagenia Nymph
tied by flytyerman
Fly Type: Nymphs,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: General Europe,
Brown mallard, brown dubbing, Thin skin, nylon trhread, ostrich herl, goose biots, herls from golden pheasant, Nymph Head Bead
Tying Instructions: Fix a Nymph Head Bead on the hook. Three fibres from brown mallard as tail. Make an abdomen from brown dubbing and rib with the ostrich herl. Fold the thin skin over the abdomen and rib over with the nylon. Let the thin skin rest and tye in two biots. Tye in six legs from the herls of a golden pheasant tail feather (Thornton) and dub sparcely between them. Fold the thin skin over the torax and fix at the head bead. Fold the two biots over as well.
Presentation Tips: Fish it upstreams in relatively hard streams.
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