Pheasant Tail Nymphs | Flies For Fly Fishing |
HomeShopFliesNymphsPheasant Tail Nymphs

Pheasant Tail Nymphs

Pheasant Tail Nymphs are clear evidence that beauty in simplicity and in this case very functional and effective beauty! This kind of nymph is very old and comes from Frank Sawyer's nymph fishing pioneer, who originally tied this pattern, imitate the nymphs of the river mayflies, without the use of tying thread only from a pair of rays of pheasant tail and brass wire! The simple nymph pattern is very effective, and today's fishing shows just how much it was timeless at the time of its creation.

There are many variants of PTN flies, so try them as much as you can, and you know well what is most useful for trout and grayling in your favorite river or lake! A great version for still water fishing is Cove Pheasant Tail Nymph, which imitates the chiromids pupae.

Show producers filter

Filter producers


Send an e-mail Close