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Baetis Nymphs

 
tied by thym
Fly Type: Nymphs,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: General Europe,
Imitation: Mayflies,
Material List:
Hook TMC 3761BL #16
Flexibody
Soft natural dubbing (rabbit, musk-rat, or similar) olive, light and dark brown
Brown tying thread
Lead wire
Pheasant hen tail feather
Tying Instructions: n/o
Presentation Tips: My favorite summer nymphs for brown trout. I fish one or two baetises up the stream in a shalow and faster waters. While I fish them I'm trying to keep them drifting about 10 - 15 cm under the water surface. In a deeper clear water - according to my experiences there's no problem for trout standing about the river bed (about 1 meter deep) to see and catch the drifting flies.


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