Insects and other foods the trout
should be eating:

1.     Blue-winged Olives
2.     Little Yellow Quills
3.     Great Autumn Brown Sedges
4.     Needle Stoneflies
5.     Midges

Most available - Other types of food:
6.     Sculpin, Minnows (Streamers)

Getting Started - Tying Perfect Fly Mayfly Nymphs
Perfect Fly is the only company in the World with specific imitations of all the major
mayfly nymphs found in trout streams. Whereas all the fly shops sell only generic,
imported flies (flies that don't imitate any specific nymph) they obtain from the three
major fly distributors, the Perfect Fly company sell
specific imitations of nymphs
that look and behave like the real mayfly nymphs in trout streams. You can learn to
tie these yourself by viewing this step, by step, instructional DVD.

By varying the size and color of materials according to our recipes on the CD
(included with the instructional DVD)
you will be able to tie over 80 highly
effective specific imitations of all the important mayfly nymphs
trout feed on from coast to coast.

These are the seven (7) basic patterns and sample flies of each one.
1. Perfect Swimmer Nymph
2. Perfect Super Swimmer Nymph
3. Perfect Crawler Nymph
4. Perfect Super Crawler Nymph
5. Perfect Burrower Nymph
6. Perfect Clinger Nymph
7. Perfect Emerging Nymph

This is $13.85 Worth of Free
"Perfect Fly" Mayfly Nymphs
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Perfect Fly Mayfly Nymphs:
1. Perfect Swimmer Nymph:
Imitates small swimming nymphs like the Little Blue-winged Olive group of
Plauditus, Timpanogo,
, and Diphetor genera.Blue-winged Olives like the baetis species are will imitated with
this slim, profile nymph. This one can be tied in hook sizes ranging from a 14 to a 22. Most of
them are a size 16 and smaller. This one can be weighted to fish on or near the bottom or as is
in the surface skim.

2. Perfect Super Swimmer Nymph:
Imitates larger swimming nymphs such as the Slate Drakes, Gray Drakes,
Callibaetis, Brown
Duns and others. This one works best for those swimming nymphs that are a hook size 14 and
larger. These larger swimming nymphs are very good swimmers and behave a lot like small
minnows. They can dart around near the bottom with sudden bursts of speed. The fly can be
fished dead drift but is best when presented with some action imparted either by twitching the tip
of the fly rod or by small short twitches made by line hand.

3. Perfect Crawler Nymph:
Imitates a huge group of crawler mayflies including the Sulphurs, Hendricksons, Pale Evening
Duns, Pale Morning Duns, Flavs, smaller Western Green Drakes (12, 14), Little Dark
Hendrickson, Small Western Dark Hendricksons, Chocolate Duns, Blue Quills, Mahogany Duns,
Eastern Blue-winged Olives and Tricos. It can be tied in sizes as large as a 12 hook size and
down as small as a 22. In the water, it moves to imitates the gills and legs of the crawler nymphs
very realistically.

4. Perfect Super Crawler Nymph:
Imitates the big crawler nymphs that are a size 10 and larger like the Great Red Quill and those
Western Green Drakes that are a hook size 10 and larger. Although it doesn't imitate a large
number of species, it is important for those it does imitate. Slightly weighted, it can be fished from
the bottom to just beneath the surface skim  where these crawlers shed their nymphal shucks
and emerge.

5. Perfect Burrower Nymph:
Imitates the big burrower nymphs which are the large drakes including the Brown, Yellow,
Golden, Eastern Green, Great Olive-Green Drake, Dark Green Drake, Big Slate Drake, and
White Fly. The natural movement of the materials this fly is made of imitates the swimming
motions of the burrower nymphs very well. Weighted correctly for the particular depth of water
you are fishing, this fly can be presented from the bottom to the surface in a very realistic
manner. It is not necessary to add any additional action to the drift of the fly.

6. Perfect Clinger Nymph
Clinger nymphs are flatter than other types and have longer tails that are spread out.This fly
imitates the large groups of clinger nymphs such as the Western March Browns, Eastern March
Browns, Light Cahills, Cream Cahills, Heptagenia Group, Quill Gordons, Slate Duns, Yellow
Quills, Dark Red Quills, Ginger Quills, & Little Yellow Quills. The thorax is weighted to help keep it
on the bottom where the clingers live. The fly is much flatter than it appears in this image.

7. Perfect Emerging Nymph:
Imitates those smaller nymphs that are hanging in the surface film after the wing case has split
and the wings are unfolding. For the most part, these are hook size 18 and smaller mayflies that
have trouble getting through the surface skim. This fly is more nymph than dun and represents
the emerger when the wings are just beginning to unfold. It will float in the skim in a more upright
position than shown in this image.