Andy ties up a really simple little bloodworm pattern on the swimming nymph hook. He’s tied this one for river fishing, but I think this would also do wonderful in some stillwater ponds in smaller sizes.
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Hook: Hends 600
Thread: Veevus D15 red
Body: Elastic lace / tubing
Underbody: Red holographic tinsel
Coating: Hard as nails or UV resin
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The Holographic Blood worm is a stillwater trout fly I’ve been tying for over a decade. It can be fished in lakes under a strike indicator, or on a longer leader. I like to fish the fly over muddy bottomed ponds and lakes where I expect the chironomid larva to be.
Holographic Bloodworm Fly Recipe
Hook: Mustad C49s #10-18
Bead: Black 1/8”
Thread: Red 6/0 match to body
Body: Red holographic tinsel
Rib: Fine copper wire
Thorax: Peacock herl
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This is a simple and nice looking English style buzzer pattern. I would be apt to add a bit weight to the head, but it all depends on how you plan to fish it. With the red holographic tinsel, this could easily pass for a bloodworm or a Chironomid, just change the depth that you plan to fish it and viola.