Josh Miller shares a few of his leading producing winter season subsurface nymph patterns. Delight in!
Josh Miller – Fly Fishing Group U.S.A.
Pennsylvania Fly Fishing guide
@The Orvis Business @Fulling Mill TELEVISION
Today we are on the Crick, its cold its winter season, and I am going to show you a few of my leading producing winter season flies. In my viewpoint, the weight of your fly, and the drift that you are making without startling the fish is simply as essential as the fly itself. Whats naturally in the stream today theres few bugs a minimum of on these equipped freestone streams. There is some caddis and little midgets and little things, thats why I tend to fish smaller sized things at that time of the year. So the very first fly is a Caddis Pattern. A caddis variation and caddis nymphs like a walts worm. The majority of the streams in Pennsylvania and all over the world have caddis flies. Why not fish caddis patterns, they are simple to connect. I like to fish dull patterns without a great deal of flash that ideally will not scare the fish. The 2nd fly would be a Olive Thread Body. Third is Lance Egans Rainbow Warrior. I like to have at least one winter season browsing pattern with some flash. 4th fly would be a micro egg fly. Eggs are a great pattern to fish in combination with little nymphs as the product of the egg fly will assist the flies not to stick on the bottom in sluggish water. The last fly would be a stone fly. I picked the Zone Stone.