Thursday, November 5, 2015

Tying the Hot Spot Pheasant Tail Nymph

Here's a neat little variation on the classic pheasant tail nymph tied by Tim Flagler.  Like every other variation of the pheasant tail nymph, this one works quite well, particularly when fished as a dropper off a larger nymph pattern.  It's always good to see a fly tied with 6/0 olive Danville thread!    


Sharpen your hooks.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is that glue on the wingcase? I can't believe Grobert posts such blasphemy.... : )

Anonymous said...

He must be getting old and senile...

Matthew Grobert said...

Old is a state of mind, and currently mine is still hitting on all cylinders. And BTW, Tim gave me a Bondic kit, which I intend to try out at some point. You'll know when that happens...hell will freeze over. : )