Tungsten Missile Euro Nymph

Euro Tungsten Missile Nymph

$1.69

A tungsten bead gets this barbless European nymph baetis pattern down quickly into feeding lanes.

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Description

If you’re looking for a perfect pocket water nymph that has a slender profile and a fast sink rate, look no further!  This is a great fly to use in the fastest of water either in a contact rig or under an indicator.  Since fish won’t have very long to inspect it in the moving current, it can pass as a caddis, mayfly, or even a midge imitation, making it as versatile as it is productive. 

George Daniels uses this particular European nymph style baetis pattern. These competition style euro flies are designed to penetrate the water column quickly and get down to the strike zone and keep them in the strike zone. Tied with dense steel hooks and tungsten beads, they drop fast into feeding lanes. These flies feature a barbless hook and a very long claw point. Even without the barb, the elongated claw point helps you hook nearly every fish and hold them on firmly. Minimizing the handling of fish is important as well. Barbless hooks allow you to release a trout swiftly without doing an major harm to it.

Additional information

Weight 0.02 lbs
Size

12, Barbed – 14, 14, 16, (Perdigon Style) 16

Customer Reviews

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Tom Sperduto
Great fly in tandem

The missle nymph has been great during a midge hatch in winter. I like to fish it in a size 18 as the bottom fly with a size 20 black midge above.

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Patrick Passero

Can't wait to try. Very nicely made, and good prices.

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anthony criscola
confidence fly

Most consistent nymph. Go to nymph when midges or small mayflies
are about.

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Jake Garcia
AWESOME

They catch fish !

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Rob123
Sinks like a rock.

I tied it on today and I was picking up fish in deep drop-offs immediately, including a few big guys. I'll need some more once they are back in stock.

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