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04 Tying the Pheasant Tail Nymph

You can use first name, full name, a pen name, or it can be anonymous. Thank you in advance for sharing your knowledge and experiences and for advancing the craft of fly tying. Feel free to contact me at FlyTyingTrout65 outlook. Introduction Competent angler and naturalist Oliver Kite describes the Sawyer Nymph as one of the most effective nymph fly patterns ever devised Sutcliffe, T. Tying Steps Tying the Sawyer Nymph begins with covering the hook with copper wire. Beginning at the bend of the hook, wrap the wire back to about a hook eye width from the eye of the hook.

Lock the wire to prevent it from spinning. I use superglue. In even turns to wrap the wire to the point where the thorax will be constructed, build a hump, wrap wire back to the hook bend, and let it dangle. Tie in four peacock tail fibers so that the fine ends stand out about one-eighth of an inch from the hook bend.

Since I try to tie off my wire behind the wing case, you would need to make sure there is enough fiber to make three back and forth laps over the thorax. Spin the remaining pheasant tail fibers around the copper wire for reinforcement while lapping fibers and wire together around the hook shank forward to the hook eye. Hold wire firmly, separate the wire from the fibers.

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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy. Beaches, Breakers… on Tenkara Today. Compared to Kite, Sawyer was a stoic country man. He fished it in sizes 12 through Until then, there is no point in me recommending patterns for which I can foresee no requirement.

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Sawyer lived until , and became well known in the U. His reputation as a fly designer and angler is well deserved. But Ollie Kite was no slouch. Skip to main navigation.

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