Cutthroat Afternoon | A Fly Fishing Short Film by Mid-Life Flysis

Cutthroat Afternoon | A Fly Fishing Short Film

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Cutthroat Afternoon | A Fly Fishing Short Film

Just a quick video…but summer memories in January are always welcome. Went fishing with my son Reed and I got to spend a bit of time with the rod too. Enjoy the green and dream of June! Be sure to like, share and comment! Tight lines!

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Tying the Flashback Damsel Nymph fly Pattern – Ep181 PF #PiscatorFlies

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Hey Threadhead! Welcome back, today I’m whipping up a Flashback Damselfly nymph. This is a great pattern to fish your favorite stillwater from April into November. I like to cast these over weed beds and close to shore reeds. Use a slow retrieve and move your rod tip side to side slightly. This helps impart some natural movement to the fly.

You can tie the fly in a range of colors, olive is my goto, but light yellows, olives, brown and dun colors all work well. If you want a lighter fly, use an eye made from monofilament. If you want a heavier fly, brass eyes will work well.

★★★ Flashback Damsel Nymph Fly Pattern Recipe ★★★
Hook: Firehole 718 #8-12
Thread: Olive 8/0 70d

Eyes: 3.2mm bead chain black
Tail: Olive marabou
Ribbing: Gold wire (BR)
Flashback: Pearl tinsel large
Body: Olive Antron dubbing (mixed)

Collar: Ringneck pheasant (olive)
Head: Olive Antron dubbing (mixed)

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