This nymph imitate the Baetis nymph that are normally found in the river or lakes. However, it is loved by the Pacu.
• Brown Thread (70 denier).
• Mustad Nymph Hook (size 4).
• Lead Wire .015.
• Ultra Wire (Medium) – Hot Yellow
• Turkey Biots – March Brown.
• Indian Cock Saddle Patch - Ginger.
• Peacock Herl– Natural.
• Dark Brown Dubbing.
• Loon UV Fly Paint – Yellow.
• Bug-Bong Multipurpose UV Cure Resin – Original.
Tying StepsStep 1
• Insert and secure the hook into the vise.
• The hook has to be insert at the right depth into the vise.
• Wrapped the thread onto the hook.
• Wrap the thread over the hook and around the shank toward the eye.
• Wrapped the lead wire ½cm behind the hook eyes.
• After wrapping the lead wire behind the hook eyes, wrap the thread over it to secure it onto the hook shank.
• Cut out a lead wire (length measuring 2.5 cm).
• Fold the lead wire into half. (into “V” shape).
• Tie the “V” shaped lead wire between the hook shank ,behind the lead wire that was tied behind the hook eye.
• Wrapped the thread over the lead wire to secure it between the hook shank.
• Bring the thread to the hook bend.
• Cut a pair of Turkey Biot.
• Tie each biot onto the hook bend onto each side of the hook.
• The pair of biot tied at the hook bend should opened up in a ‘V’ shape.
• Tie the Ultra Wire onto the hook shank from the hook bend onward towards the lump of lead wire.
• Wrapped a thin layer of Dark Brown Dubbing on the thread.
• Whine the dubbing from the hook bend towards the lump of lead wire.
• Slowly build the nymph’s body towards the thorax.
Step 15• Rip the Ultra Wire forward in evenly space turns until the thorax.
• Secure it down and trim the excess.
• Take 1 Indian Cock Saddle feather and tie it onto the lead wire, behind the thorax segment.
• Cut 3 strands of Peacock Herl and tie them onto the lead wire behind the thorax segment.
• Wrap the herl forward and tie them down behind the hook eye. Trim off the excess.
• Tie another few strands of Peacock Herl (4-5 strands).
• Bring the thread to behind the hook eye.
• Wrap the feather hackle forward right behind the hook eye.
• Pull all the Peacock herl over the top and tie it down behind the hook eye.
• Use a few drops of the Loon UV Paint (Yellow) onto the top of the Peacock herl.
• Use the UV torchlight to dry the UV paint.
• Use the Bug-Bond Multipurpose UV Cure Resin to coat over the UV pain.
• Use the UV torchlight to dry the BB UV Cure Resin.
The Nymph fly is DONE!