He says sold them at shows, along with a line of variously colored pheasant tail feathers.It was called a Teeny nymph but I don't know if he ever trademarked it; I have never seen it marketed commercially so it seems likely. I know he sold hooks for it with his name on them, I still have a few. Never heard any stories about litigation. Fun fact, he developed the fly on East Lake in central Oregon.
He did. I remember the shows many years ago. We are talking when the Kingdome was still an actual structure. I may have even bought a few colors. The Antique Gold was a great color.He says sold them at shows, along with a line of variously colored pheasant tail feathers.
I also had the 200, 300, and 400 lines. Cut he sinking part back to 15 feet and used the sinking portion on a floating bass bug taper line. Good ole homemade sink tips. The running lines didn't mend quite like a real floating line.We sold his hooks, feathers and lines at AATF.
Hey, I came up with that first.. I have a YouTube video to prove it! Cease and desist!