Video izrade poznate nimfe Cooper John

Cooper John – Flashy and heavy Tying tutorial

Cooper John (Bakreni Džon) zaista ne oponaša mnoge vrste vodenih buba. U stvari, baš i ne liči na nijednu od njih. Valjda bi se moglo reći da pomalo liči na nimfu dragonfly – vilin konjic, možda čak i kamenjarku. Ali to je vrlo apstraktna reprezentacija. Međutim, iako nije identičan prikaz bilo koje posebne hrane koju pastrmka ili druga riba cilja u reci ili jezeru, to ne znači da neće uloviti ribu. U stvari, uprkos tome što izgleda kao da nema organskog života, jako dobro ulovi ribu, u stvari ponekad bolji od hiperrealnih muha. Deo toga bi mogao biti zbog radoznalosti pastrmke, sunčanica ili basa, ali drugi deo bi mogao biti u načinu na koji ova stvar lovi ribu. Veoma je teška i verovatno uhvati više ribe, jer se brže može spustiti do mesta gde je riba. Drugi razlog je taj što je veoma vidljiva u vodi, sa svetlim bakarnim toraxom i blistavim zadnjim grudima. Posebno je korisno za ribolov gde su vode obojene vode. Bez obzira na razlog zašto je ova muva efikasna, jer je upravo takva. Kao što se kaže, vezanje nije najlakše na svetu, ali jednom kad to vežete, možete ih vezati prilično lako i brzo. I niko ne može osporiti činjenicu da je zabavno vezanje.

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Original: Copper John – Flashy and heavy and fun to tie – McFly Angler Nymph Fly Tying Tutorial.

The copper John really does not mimic many species of aquatic bugs. In fact, it doesn’t really resemble any of them. I guess one could say it somewhat looks like a dragonfly nymph, maybe even a stonefly. But that is a very abstract representation. However, even though its not an identical representation of any specific food that trout or other fish target in a river or lake, that doesn’t mean it won’t catch fish. In fact, despite it looking like no organic life, it catches fish very well, in fact sometimes better than hyper realistic flies. Part of this could be due to the curiosity of trout, sunfish, or bass, but another part could be to how this thing fishes. It is very heavy, and possibly catches more fish because it can get down quicker to where the fish are. Another reason is that it is very visible in the water, with its bright copper abdomen, and flash back thorax. Especially helpful when fishing stained water. No matter the reason of why this fly is effective though, because it just is. That being said, it is not the easiest fly in the world to tie, but once you get the hang of it, they can be tied rather easily and quickly. And no one can argue the fact that it is fun to tie.

As always here is the list of materials I used on this fly.

Hook: Risen Barbless Nymph 9231 size 12
Bead: Risen gold „brass“ bead size 4.0mm
Weight: .015 sized lead wire
Thread: Black Veevus 6/0
Tail: Brown Goose Biots
Abdomen: UTC Ultra Wire (copper/medium)
Flash Back: Saltwater sized Flashabou
Thorax Casing: Baby Bug Back Black
Thorax Body: Peacock Hurl
Legs: Hen Saddle
Resin: Solarez Thick

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