Frosty Hare's Ear Nymph

Introducing new fly tying tutorial series from Corey Cabral – QEE – Quick, Easy & Effective – a 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.

Here is Corey’s first QEE video – his Frosty Hare’s Ear Nymph. This variation of a hare’s ear pattern has proven deadly many times over. Its simple, quick to tie and effective on the waters. This pattern has put a fair number of fish on the bank. And, it works well in a range of colors.

Ingredients:

• Hook: barbless scud hook, size 10, we recomend Hemingway’s H122 Shrimp & Pupa Micro Barb Hooks
• Weight: 3/16yhs tungsten .25 lead-free wire
• Thread: 8/0 Uni red
• Rib: medium copper wire
• Collar: Hemingway’s Hare’s Plus UV Dubbing
• Body: Hemingway’s Peacock Dubbing in UV Brown
• Tail: pheasant tail fibers

Hemingway’s Hare Dubbing Plus UV

Hemingway’ Peacock Dubbing

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Happy tying & tight lines!

About Boris

A fly fishing addict, the Founder and Managing Director of Frosty Fly. As part of research and development, occasionally tuned out somewhere by the river or by his vise.

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