Depth Charge Nymph Fly Tying Video

In this video, Tony ties a fly called the Depth Charge. This is a bulky, fast-sinking nymph that works well on local trout. A great option right now.

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Depth Charge Nymph

Hook: TMC 5262 8-14
Thread: Veevus 10/0
Bead: Two Graduated sizes of Tungsten Beads—Copper and Black
Antenae: Brown Goose Biot
Tail: Brown Goose Biot
Body: Blended Aussie Oppossum or Squirrel Dubbing
Rib: Medium or Brassie Copper Ultra Wire
Hackle: Natural Brown Partridge
Thorax: Blended Aussie Oppossum or Squirrel Dubbing

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One Response to Depth Charge Nymph Fly Tying Video

  1. Greg Vinci says:

    Hi Tony:
    I just saw your video on the “Depth Charge Nymph”. It’s good to see there is some interest in the fly style that I originated. The double bead style and the name “Depth Charge” were developed when I originated my Vinci’s “Depth Charge Bird’s Nest” pattern that was featured in Fly Fisherman Magazine and was also a pattern that was marked by Umpqua Feather Merchants for some years. I would appreciate it if you could mention my name and comment that I originated the 2 bead style in your video. Thanks. Greg Vinci

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