Sunday, February 3, 2013

Micromodels, micropatterns

On countless occasions we've made ​​sure the following question: what fish eat?. Well, that question the only way to answer it is to experience, yet we will find situations that will be very difficult to answer, the weather, water, technology, etc ... are among the many factors that together with the correct imitation give us success in the capture.

If any of these factors fails, you may even give the imitation theory adequate to the time we leave without capturing any of our house. There are however other cases in which apparently nothing fails us and the situation is also outright failure, may not find explanation here, and so are the circumstances in which the fish will not eat, or if, perhaps these microorganisms that also inhabit our waters?, go! if so it could fisherman capable of performing any such imitations.

We will leave aside these exceptional situations and we will focus on doing well and know imitations, particularly those micromodels, which used properly will give us good catches and success in exceptional circumstances.

Chironomid pupa suspended
Mounting thread:  Brown                                            
Tail:  Short white fibers                                               
Body:  Natural quill                                                     
Thorax:  Peacock herl
Ball suspended:  Polystyrene foam white
or tied whith fine mesh or nylon stocking
Hook:  Size 20/22 curved

Chironomid pupa c.d.c.

Mounting thread:  Brown
Tail:  Poly white
Body:  Dubbing olive
Jump:  Fine copper wire
Thorax:  Pheasant tail
Suspended plume:  C. d.c. Natural 
or white
Hook:  Size 20/22 curved

Emerging ephemerella

Mounting thread:  Brown or olive
Tail:  C. d. c. natural fibers or coq de 
Leon barbs
Body:  Light olive hare dubbing
Jump:  Fine copper wire
Thorax:  Light olive hare dubbing
Wing bag:  C. d. c. natural and should 
be positioned
domed or progression
Pins:  Partridge
Hook: Size 20

Micro caddisfly quill c. d. c.

Mounting thread:  Brown or black
Wing:  C. d. c. natural
Body:  Peacock quill
Head:  Peacock quill
Hook:  Size 22 (short)

Micro yellow stonefly
Mounting thread:  Pale yellow                                            
Body:  Olive                                                                                                   
Palmer:  Olive pen
Head:  Pale yellow
Antennae:  Olive pen
Wings: Olive pen tips
Hook:  Size 20


Mounting thread:  Olive
Body:  Twisted hare
Back:  Plastic strip
Rib:  Fine copper wire or nylon 
Hook:  Size 18/20 curved

Set Pardon

Mounting thread:  Brown
Tail:  Coq de Leon barbs
Body:  Light hare dubbing
Hackle:  Grizzly and brown
Hook: Size 18/20

Micro gray caddisfly c. d. c.

Mounting thread:  Brown or gray
Wing:  Coq de Leon barbs and c. d. c. 
Body:  Peacock quill or mounting thread
Hackle:  C. d. c. natural
Hook:  Size 20/22

Emerging c. d. c. chironomid
Mounting thread:  Brown                                                                                           
Body:  Natural quill                                                     
Thorax:  C. d. c. and natural quill
Exuviae:  C. d. c. 
Hook:  Size 20-26 curved

Green rhyacophila

Mounting thread:  Brown or black
Body:  Antron bright green or polypropylene 
(fibers may be mixed with brown)
Jump or rib:  Fine nylon monofilamnet
Pins:  partridge
Head:  brown or black lacquered
Hook:  Size 20-24 curved

Pheasant tail

Mounting thread:  Brown
Tail:  Natural pheasant
Body:  Natural pheasant
Jump or rib:  Fine copper wire
Thorax:  Natural pheasant
Wing bag:  Natural pheasant
Hook: Size 18-24

Green diptera palmer

Mounting thread:  green or brown
Wing:  pen tip grizzly
Body:  Very fine green dubbing
Palmer: Olive
Head:  Mounting thread
Hook:  Size 22 (short)

Pupa emerging
Mounting thread:  Brown or gray                                                                                           
Body:  Gray dubbing (better with sparkles) 
and c. d. c. natural 
Thorax:  C. d. c.  natural and gray 
dubbing mixed 
with brown dubbing or similar
Exuviae:  C. d. c. natural and 
partridge fibers
Legs:  Partridge 
Hook:  Size 20-22 curved

Diptera exuviae parachut

Mounting thread:  Brown or olive
Body:  Dubbing yellow/olive
Thorax:  Dubbing yellow/olive 
and green, 
we also added a yellow fibers as 
an exuviae  
Parachut:  Grizzly
Wing:  C. d. c. natural
Hook:  Size 18-24

Nymph betido (gray goose)

Mounting thread:  gray or brown 
Tail:  Natural goose (2 or 3 fibers)
Body:  Natural goose or similar
Jump or rib:  Fine copper wire
Thorax:  Natural goose (gray) 
or similar
Wing bag:  Natural goose (gray) 
or pheasant
Hook:  Size 18-22

Emerging olive

Mounting thread:  Olive or brown
Tail:  Coq de Leon barbs (stained by picric)
Body:  Natural hare dubbing picric
Rib (optional):  Fine copper wire 
or similar
Thorax:  Natural hare dubbing mixed 
with dark 
olive dubbing
Wing bag:  Natural c. d. c.
Hackle:  Dun and fibers c. d. c. 
Hook:  Size 18-22

Pop nymph Ephemerella
Mounting thread:  Brown or gray
Tail:  Coq de Leon barbs                                                                                           
Body:  Gray dubbing and c. d. c. 
Thorax:  Antron dubbing orange and 
dark olive 
Rib (optional):  vinyl rib fine
Wing bag:  Natural c. d. c.
Exuviae:  Natural fibers c. d. c. 
antron dubbing
mixed with green and gray 
Hook:  Size 20-22

Diptera black

Mounting thread:  Black
Body:  Dubbing of c. d. c. natural 
or black, 
can also use the same mounting 
Thorax:  Antron dubbing black 
and c. d. c. natural  
Wing:  Natural c. d. c.
Hook:  Size 20-26 short

Fly yellow quill

Mounting thread:  Brown or gray 
Tail:  Coq de Leon barbs
Body:  Natural quill yellow (picric)
Hackle:  Dun
Wing:  Dun tips
Hook:  Size 18/20

Micro brown caddisfly

Mounting thread:  Brown
Body:  Twisted hare
Wing:  Coq de Leon barbs
Head or false hackle:  Twisted hare
Antennas:  Coq de Leon barbs 
Hook:  Size 18-22

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