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Perdigon #14

  • Perdigon #14 Red
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Perdigon Flies.

From Hatches Magazine.

 

In my opinion any fisherman should not miss perdigon nymphs. These small and delicate nymphs were invented by Spanish fisherman competitors and are used for aprox 6 years now on.. Every fly fisherman should have at least 10-20perdigon nymphs and I explain why!
These nymphs were developed by guys who fish in very difficult rivers where fishing pressure is very high. These imitations are made especially for fast and very fast flowing rivers with the purpose to sink very fast!.Perdigon nymphs are also small because the fish is not so picky when eats small insects. Practically these flies are designed to be simple and effective. Can be tied easy and fast even by e beginner in fly tying so with all these reasons I recommend everybody to have a few in his flybox.
For a few years I never go for fishing without having a few with me. When is sunny outside and river is very clear I set my leader with a team of 2 perdigon flies tied on size #16 and #18 and I hunt all spots where my classic nymphs passed without success. Of course, I repeat, I use inparts of the river where is a fast current because these flies are like rocks. In a medium or slow running water these flies are almost useless.
– Lucian
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See all of Lucian’s Hatches posts http://hatchesmagazine.com/blogs/Hatches/tag/lucian-vasies/


Product Videos

Fly Tying: Perdigon Nymph (19:48)
The Perdigon nymph is a special one that comes to us from competition fly fishing. This fly has a great look, plus the ability to catch both fish and fishermen. In this video, I show you the basics to tying the Perdigon and talk about its use when fly fishing. Materials: Hook: Hanak H450BL; #14 Bead: Hazard Fly Fishing 3.0mm; faceted silver Weight: .010 wire Thread: UNI 8/0; Olive Dun Tail: Coq de Leon; medium pardo Body: Hends Body Quills; BQ-10 Hot Spot: Glo-Brite; fluorescent orange Wing Case: Nail polish; black Finish: Loon UV Clear; thin Coating: Sally Hansen; Hard as Nails Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com In this video, I am pleased to be using beads from Hazard Fly Fishing, and I encourage you to view their website: https://hazardff.com/ Let me know what you think of this pattern, and if it's one you will tie or fly fish with. Feel free to leave any additional variations, questions, or comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Fly fishing for beginners can be difficult at first, thus be sure to stick with it and ask others for advice. If in the need for some helpful tips and other fly tying and fly fishing information, be sure to check out my "Trout and Feather" accounts on Facebook and Instagram...
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    The Perdigon nymph is a special one that comes to us from comp...

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