About the Pale Morning Dun Nymph Trout Fly
This nymph is fished with a greased leader in the surface film when fish can be seen "bulging" but not breaking the surface.
I seldom tie well-known patterns, preferring to create imitations of the food on which I see the trout feeding. My criteria for a "good" fly design are that the fly must be easy to tie with readily available, inexpensive materials, it must be durable and it must perform effectively.
Creator of this trout fly: Eric Pepper
Tier of this trout fly: Eric Pepper
Country of origin for this trout fly: America, Idaho
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
- Hook : Size 16.
- Thread : Brown 6/0.
- Tail : A few woodduck flank feather fibers.
- Abdomen : Stripped brown hackle quill.
- Thorax : Brownish olive dubbing.
- Collar : Grizzly hen hackle or olive dyed grizzly hen hackle.
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