Learn how to tie a Tungsten Jig Nymph with a Canadian Goose Quill. Nature’s Spirit Canadian Goose Quills are beautiful biots with excellent segmentation. Goose Quills are much more affordable than stripped peacock quills.
Learn to tie a hot spot French Nymph. Tied on jig hook with a tungsten bead, veevus body quills, and coq de leon.
Learn to tie the PT Cruiser Nymph. This is a fun variation on the Pheasant Tail Nymph. Tied on Hanak 500 bl hook with a tungsten bead, pheasant tail, krystal flash, ice dub, and thin skin.
How to tie the Thin Mint Streamer. The Thin Mint is a wooly bugger variation that is very effective on lakes and rivers. Lake fish will take this as a leech, dragon fly, or damsel fly nymph. On tailwater rivers, the thin mint has proven itself as must have small streamer pattern
The Pat’s Rubber Legs is one of the best attractor nymph patterns ever tied, and it’s one of the most productive as well! Imitates a stonefly nymph well, and is easily adapted to various species of stoneflies. Makes a great weight fly for nymphing faster water as well! This pattern can be be tied with any color of chenille. Most often, Pat’s Rubber Legs are tied in black, brown, tan, purple. Can be tied as large as a size 2 and down to a size...