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Fly Tying: Small, Quick Sinking Nymphs

DRONLEE at Fly Tying Nation provides to step by step tutorials on tying his version of the Copper John nymph. Both are only of the same complexity/degree of difficulty of the original Copper John. The pictures are very helpful, of course, in understanding how dronlee arrived at that nice look. Give it a look and keep those wire wraps one right on top of the other as you wrap forward. Nice photography too.

Fly Tying Nation

Latex ‘n Copper Nymph at Fly Tying Nation


1 Response to “Fly Tying: Small, Quick Sinking Nymphs”


  1. February 10, 2013 at 15:08

    Very nice , very nice indeed.

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