pittendrigh wrote:Jellystone Nymph. Snipped from a bass tube and adorned with a few rubberlegs. This one is dimpled on a needle, slid off the needle and then attached to weighted hopper hook. Wrap the shank with lead. Flatten the lead wire with smooth face needle nose. Soak it with CA glue. Then tie on the soft flexy bass tube body. They do bite this fly. Like crazy. And once they bite they hang on and chew. That's the most interesting part. They'll swim 20' feet or more with the nymph in their mouths. Chewing as they go.Read the part about "first boogers." In this case second boogers. Since you are a major player in the industry I would bet you could get John Stewart to do an "in depth" interview for his mag. Wear knee pads. You will, no doubt, enjoy it.
"When I found the skull in the woods, the first thing I did was call the police. But then I got curious about it. I picked it up, and started wondering who this person was, and why he had deer horns."