Crust Nymph Fly

Crust Nymph Fly

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We have actually been tying the crust nymph for a long time. After analyzing how slender mayfly bodies are in the Missouri, we started to slender up the bodies of our nymphs.

We wanted the Crust Nymph to have quite a bit of articulation in the body so we used a turkey biot upside-down, so the curls of the biot create segmentation in the body.
One problem with using turkey biots as the body is they aren’t very sturdy. They crack fairly easily. We wanted the fly to last a long time, so we added wire to each curl of the biot. This solidifies the body a lot.

Even if the biots do crack a little bit you can just snip it off and the fly stays together. There is a tiny bit of flash on this fly underneath the wing case with ice dub.