Buggy, fishy, and full of movement, Pats Rubberlegs Nymph brings simplicity that just plain works. Tied by Pat Bennet in the year 1995 as an easy imitation for brown stoneflies, the Rubberlegs Nymph can imitate everything from large western stonefly nymphs, hellgrammites or dobsonfly larvae, and even some mayfly nymphs. And although its construction is pretty simple, Pats Rubberlegs Nymph has everything that it needs to catch fish, thanks to its rubber legs that come alive in the water and a chenille body that sinks well and comes in enough colors to match a ton of different aquatic insects.
Like the nymphs that it imitates, Pats Rubberlegs is a fly that’s best fished tight to the bottom and can be drifted through fast riffles just as well as slow pools. Coming in a range of effective sizes, Pats Rubberlegs Nymph can be dialed in to closely match the forage in your local waters, but larger sizes from 10-6 seem to give the fish some extra incentive to bite, especially in the colder months. Smallmouth bass, eager brookies, and almost anything in between, Pats Rubberlegs Nymph makes it easy to fool those fish looking for a nymph full of motion.
Black, Black/brown Legs, Black/orange, Coffee/black, Crystal/black/orange, Dark Brown/brown, Dark Brown/olive, Dark Brown/orange, Olive, Rusty Olive
10, 12, 14, 16, 04, 06, 08
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