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A classic bead head nymph…

Time flies (no pun intended) and what was innovative (like a bead head) in the early 80’s is now a classic, basic fixture in fly tying of nymph patterns. Still a great, basic nymph pattern! The tinsel rib is seen less today, but the glint of segmentation is still an eye catcher. I still enjoying taking these macro shots of flies I’ve tied and use.

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2 Responses to “A classic bead head nymph…”


  1. August 16, 2019 at 23:26

    Nice flie 🙂
    My son made many different kinds for his fishing trips years ago.

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