Video: How to Tie an Isonychia Nymph and Emerger


Isonychia nymphs are always moving, so you should fish them with some action.
Photo via freshwater-science.org

Last week, we featured a video lesson on tying an Isonychia Parachute, which imitates an adult insect, so here are the two previous stages—the nymph and emerger. Iso nymphs are active for most of the fishing season, which makes a nymph imitation a good searching pattern if you can’t tell what the fish are feeding on. These are predatory “swimmer” nymphs, which means that you don’t want to. . .

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