Barrett’s 1150 March Brown Nymph

In this video Barrett Christiansen demonstrates how to tie his proven March Brown nymph pattern. Using UV Ice Dub to simulate budding wing pads and India Hen Back for legs this pattern is deadly. Fish this fly “pre-hatch” in medium to shallow depth riffles. The 1150 March Brown Nymph is a go to early season nymph.

March Brown Nymph UV Dub

1150 March Brown Nymph
Hook: Daiichi 1150 # 10,12
Thread: 6/0 Uni Brown or Camel
Bead: 1/8″ Black Tungsten
Tail: 6-8 Pheasant Tail Fibers
Rib: Ultra Wire Brown or Copper
Abdomen: Australian Opossum
Wing Case: Cinnamon Turkey
Thorax: Australian Opossum and UV Ice Dub Tan
Hackle: Natural India Hen Back

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One Response to Barrett’s 1150 March Brown Nymph

  1. Tom B. Fish'n says:

    Barrett’s fly is a keeper. Its working well for me this spring and has earned a place in my fly box.

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