nymph patterns

Isonychia Nymph Patterns – 4 Proven Imitations

The Isonychia Nymph is a pattern that should be carried in the fly box of every traveling fly angler. Although these aquatic mayflies do not inhabit all streams in great density, where they are found in abundance, they are shown great favoritism by foraging trout who will often key in on them exclusively. The Isonychia usually hatches during the summer months, with some locations in… Read More »Isonychia Nymph Patterns – 4 Proven Imitations

Hare’s Ear – The Classic Way

Well, Mostly Classic If you do a Google image search for “Hare’s Ear” you will find about a thousand different variations that are all called the same thing.  As you have probably figured out by now, we don’t ever preach that there are EXACT ways to tie any certain pattern, so we’ll stick to that theme with this fly.  When I got my first fly… Read More »Hare’s Ear – The Classic Way