Nymphing patterns

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  1. james.jimenez

    james.jimenez Active Member

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    Tied these for nymphing.. Steelhead and trout... What do you all think? Top flies I tied for steelhead.. Bottom flies for trout... Going to the Wynoochee tomorrow..
     

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    Good Luck please post a report. Very interested as I usually don't use nymph flies for steelhead, but they are very nice ties.
     
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    Back from fishing the Wynoochee River for steelhead... Tied some awesome looking flies... And forgot all of them at home LOL... I did swing flies with my spey rod.. No fish for me, I did see one in a hole though... SO MANY GEAR FISHERMAN IT WAS CRAZY!!! And the weather report was so far off!!! Before I went to the river I checked the weather... 41 degrees, sunny... Ended up getting rained on all day and then it snowed!!
     

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    Thanks for the report, sorry it didn't turn out better... but you gave it a shot, and thats what counts. My son and a friend went there today, haven't heard how they did.
     
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    Too bad you left the flies at home, of course they would have worked perfect on a rainy snowy day ;)
     

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