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Montana Fly Company BH Epoxyback Copper Nymph - 12-Pack

$19.95

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  • Black, 16
    $19.95
  • Nymph, #20
    $19.95
  • Black, 18
    $19.95
  • Nymph, 14
    $19.95
  • Nymph, 18
    $19.95

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BH Epoxyback Copper Nymph

Tie the Montana Fly Company BH Epoxyback Copper Nymph to your tippet, and enjoy dancing it through the subsurface currents as you tempt the fish you know are down there. Copper gives this fly a delightfully reflective nature, while the bead head and epoxy add weight and enhance its durability. This 12-pack ensures you can have some on hand, even after losing one to a tree, another to a fish that broke your line, and wherever else you may lose a fly.
  • Nymph for subsurface fishing
  • Bead head and epoxy add weight
  • Copper reflects light for visibility
  • 12-pack provides plenty of spares
  • Item #MLC0062

Type
nymph
Size
14, 16, 18
Recommended Use
river fishing, stillwater fishing

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>Rating: 5

Outstanding Weighted Nymph

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Great for freestone streams with just enough current to drop this nymph 3-4 inches under the water. I also use this fly in lakes where I have the time to let the fly sink to the bottom. The metal wrap around the shank make this an even better fly on sunny days. Still prefer the hare's ear nymphs but this fly has a way of picking up trout from the edges attracted by the flash.

>Rating: 5

Great tie

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These Copper Johns are tied really well and I can absolutely say they work!. Great imitator of a mayfly nymph and can really be used in most situations. The epoxy back really adds that extra shine to attract even the most stubborn of fish. I went with a size 18 in the “nymph” color and it works great!

>Rating: 4

Attract em

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

If I'm struggling with fly choice, I usually tie on a copper john, followed by a zebra midge or RS2. The combination can generally be fished in most western streams and produce results given the variety of insects this fly resembles.