This pattern might not impress Frank Sawyer and Al Troth—originators of the slim, elegant Pheasant Tail Nymphs most of us use—but the proof is in the pudding, and the hotspot. . .Read More »
Adding a splash of color to this classic nymph can produce big dividends, especially in fall and winter. Check out this great how-to tying video from Tightline Productions.
Day 11: Flying ants on the Battenkill this morning. #20sepdays