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    Default Coachline Nymph

    Yes it's pink, but it's a subtle pink. A very simple to tie pattern that combines a pink tail and a pink body stripe (the coachline) formed by wrapping clear body glass over floss and finished off with a small dubbed thorax. A great point fly to carry in a range of sizes for euro-nymphing for grayling. Thanks for watching.


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    Hi Nick, lovely nymph and clip of fishing (The Taff?). Sorry to go off subject, but what was the music to the video? Really enjoyable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by delray View Post
    Hi Nick, lovely nymph and clip of fishing (The Taff?). Sorry to go off subject, but what was the music to the video? Really enjoyable.
    Regards,
    Del
    Hi Del, glad you liked it. Yes it is the Taff. There are two tracks of music in the video; the track over the tying sequence is Sugar Pines by Wes Hutchinson and the track over the fishing sequence is We Are The Rain by Aakash Gandhi. Both pieces of music come from the Youtube audio library. Cheers, Nick.

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    Another cracking video Nick . IMO just about the best quality tying videos being posted on YouTube these days . Only one gripe - its a shame youre not into traditional loch / lake flies as it would be intriguing to see what youd come up with on the organza / modern twist front , but Im still getting a wealth of ideas from what youre posting at the moment . Fingers crossed you keep posting as Im sure it takes a lot of time filming , editing etc .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukewarm View Post
    Another cracking video Nick . IMO just about the best quality tying videos being posted on YouTube these days . Only one gripe - it’s a shame you’re not into traditional loch / lake flies as it would be intriguing to see what you’d come up with on the organza / modern twist front , but I’m still getting a wealth of ideas from what you’re posting at the moment . Fingers crossed you keep posting as I’m sure it takes a lot of time filming , editing etc .
    Hi Lukewarm. Thanks for the comments; it's feedback like yours that makes the filming and editing worthwhile. I do very little loch or stillwater fishing these days but if you take a look at the article linked below you'll find some buzzer, cruncher etc. patterns that have I've used on the lochs and lakes in the past which may give you some more inspiration to adapt some loch patterns. Cheers, Nick.

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