A concoction I came up with prior to leaving for the Bighorn one spring for the olive hatches that we were to fish. I wanted something a bit different than the norm, and it worked very well. I came back to lowly Connecticut and transposed this recipe into all of my surface emerging mayflies with resounding success. If the trout were tough, they couldn't refuse this fly. Tie em in all the colors and sizes to imitate your prevailing mayfly hatch. Good luck and happy tying.
The latest medium to large stonefly nymph pattern I came up with. The fly is two toned like a natural, and takes on a woven fly look without the weaving. Colors and sizes can be altered accordingly, as a rule of thumb I tie these in a 12-4 and the golden color in the video is the top color scheme as of late.
A streamlined weighted caddis larva pattern utilizing Clear Cure Goo Hydro to make a virtually indestructible nymph pattern. Once the fly is hit with the "Goo", the colors really jump out and sparkle. Like most of the nymphs that I tie and fish, this one is super simple. Enjoy it, and be sure use the goo, it makes a difference. Alter your colors and you can cover all the bases for caddis larva.
The tungsten weighted version of my DT micro nymph. In other words the Deep Darlon Terror nymph. Adjust the sizes and colors and you can imitate pretty much any micro mayfly nymph in any given stream. They are very easy and quick to tie and just plain catch fish. You lose a couple to the river you won't lose sleep over it. Feel free to experiment with color combinations, but I talk about those that work well from my experiences. Enjoy
Flymage Fly Tying Video Series: Chapter #2 Pellet Nymph Jig. By Mikel Elexpuru. ( http://www.mikelfly.com ). Flymage Fly Fishing Magazine http://www.flymage.net
Serie de vídeos de montaje de moscas de Flymage Magazine: Capítulo #2 Perdigón en anzuelo jig
Montaje de Mikel Elexpuru ( http://www.mikelfly.com )