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VIDEO: How To Tie The Evolution Clinger Mayfly

Posted by on May 26, 2016 in Fly Tying, Fly Tying Video, How To, Video | No Comments

Small, brown and buggy, what more could you want in a nymph? The Evolution Clinger Mayfly is a simple Hare’s Ear-style nymph pattern from Flymen Fishing Company designed to imitate the mayfly clinger nymphs likely swimming in your home waters right now.

By imitating the broad, flat profile that’s typical of these nymphs and using a beadhead to get a little more depth in your fly, trout in any section of the water column won’t be able to resist. Tie a few of these bad boys up quick and get out there.

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Learn To Tie The Evolution Clinger Mayfly Nymph

With a few simple materials you can tie up a few buggy Evolution Mayfly Clinger nymphs in minutes.

Materials Needed To Tie The Evolution Clinger Mayfly

Head: Nymph-Head Evolution Mayfly Clinger & Crawler tungsten beadhead, brown (for tan variation), olive (for brown/olive variation, black (for brown variation), extra-small, small, medium, or large.

Hook: Standard nymph hook 2XL; #12 for large bead, #14 for medium, #16 for small, #18 for extra-small.

Thread: Tan, olive, or brown.
Lead-free wire: Standard.

Rib: Ultra wire, gold.

Tail: Pheasant tail; natural, olive, or brown.

Abdomen: Hareline Hare’s Ear PLUS Dubbin; Hare’s ear, brown/olive, or chocolate brown.

Thorax: Hareline Hare’s Ear PLUS Dubbin; Hare’s ear, brown/olive, or chocolate brown.

Wingcase: Pheasant tail; natural, olive, or brown.

 

 



 

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