Fly Fish Ohio presents the Carrot Nymph!
Welcome to the show for November 2010. If you've been following this series, you know that we focus on "fishing" flies over "pretty" flies. To that end, a good fishing fly is easy to tie, uses easy to find materials, catches many species of fish and works under a variety of conditions. When a fly exhibits all those attributes and incorporates a touch of orange, it really gets our attention. The Carrot Nymph is just such a fly. It's an awesome bluegill and bass nymph, but if you toss it in front of a feeding carp you'll experience the fishing version of a pot-head at a Dorito's convention! If you'd like to see this video in high-definition, please join us at www.flyfishohio.com where you can download all our new patterns in 720p!