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The Essential Fly Barbless Baetis Nymph Fishing Fly

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Fly Type2

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Barb Type

Fishing Species
Use To Catch Grayling

Fishing Situations
Use On Rivers
Use On Brooks & Streams

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Baetis Nymphs are imitations of the blue winged olive nymph. This is also known as an "agile darter". These can be found by kick sampling the river, if you find darters with dark brown wing buds then these are likely to hatch during the day, so remember these flies will be deadly but the Blue Winged Olive will also hatch in all likelyhood that means you need to be prepared for the sport of the BWO hatch which Brown Trout adore on the rivers.


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bloody arthrits
13 March 2016  | 

beautifully tied just too small for my old fingers so glad EssentialFly is there to solve my problems
Many thanks and i will use again

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