Learn how to tie Nuke Egg fly pattern, including a video tutorial and a full material list. Improve your fly-tying skills and know-how here!

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Join Karl as he ties the Nuke Egg, an essential egg pattern for early season fishing. This pattern is particularly effective during spawning, utilizing McFlyFoam for ease of tying and Hareline Egg Veil for a realistic translucent appearance in water. The recommended hook sizes range from 8 to 14, making it versatile for different fishing conditions. If you find this video helpful or have any tips on tying the Nuke Egg, be sure to leave a comment below and don't forget to subscribe for more fly fishing content!

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Hook: Daiichi 1150 (size 8)

Thread: Danville 6/0 (White)

Body: McFlyFoam Fly Tying Yarn (Orange)

Veil: Hareline Milky White Egg Veil