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The Anatomy of a Nymph

Anatomy of a Nymph

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Another type of nymph in great usage by the angler is the buzzer, an imitation ov the pupal stage of the Chironomid or Midge.

The Anatomy of a Buzzer

Anatomy of a Buzzer

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Traditional trout flies are probably the most commonly recognised trout flies and most non-anglers would think of these when you mention fly fishing.

Anatomy of aTraditional Winged Wet Fly

Anatomy of a Wet Fly

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Staying with the tradional theme the next section deals witl upwing dries

The Anatomy of a Traditional Upwing Dry Fly

Anatomy of a Dry Fly

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Next is the North country Spider, simple in construction using few materials, however this can make it harder than you think to get these flies right.

The Anatony of a North Country Spider

Anatomy of a Spider

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