From Corey’s QEE series comes our next tutorial: how to tie the well-known Frenchie Nymph pattern.
This is a quick and effective pattern tied and fished by anglers and competitive fly fisherman and women from all over the globe. It can easily be adapted to suit different needs by changing the composition of the bead, colors, materials and threads.
- Hook: Barbless Nymph Hook, Size 10 (try Hemingway’s HC113 hooks)
- Thread: 6/0 Uni red color
- Rib: copper wire – small
- Tail: pheasant tail
- Body: pheasant tail
- Collar: Hemingway’s Starlite Dubbing in Pink
Quick, Easy & Effective (QEE) fly tying tutorial series from Corey Cabral are guide-style tutorials for tying flies that work and catch fish consistently! Patterns that can be tied in under 5 minutes, that are easy to tie and that catch fish. Stay tuned, more to come!
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Happy tying & tight lines!