Mahalo Nymph (w/ video)

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pyramid-lake-mahalo-nymph-red

Color: Red

Size: #12

The Pyramid Lake Mahalo Nymph has many different variations. Simply explained its a bead head pheasant tail with a holographic body, tied on a hook ready for twenty pound trout. Is your hook ready?

Imitates: Larger chironomids/midge in Pyramid Lake.

Useful for: Nymphing for giant Lahontan Cutthroat under an indicator just off the bottom at slow sloping beaches. Equally as effective near sharp drop-offs/ledges near the shore.

Tricks/Techniques: The most consistent colors are absolutely the Black, Red and Albino Wino versions, while the bright colors have their occasional hot days. Nymphing under an indicator is the preferred method for fall and spring fly fisherman. Keep the depth under the indicator shallow when fishing near sharp drop-offs or when fish are visible breaching the surface during early spring mornings.Try retrieving this behind a Bottle Rocket, Tadpole or Beetle if watching an indicator isn’t your thing. I wouldn’t recommend fishing tippet lighter then 3X ever at Pyramid, sharp teeth tend to shred the light stuff.

Recipe

Hook: Orvis 8A03
Bead: 1/8 Gold Brass
Thread: Black Danville’s 3/0 Monochord
Tail: Pheasant Tail
Abdomen: Red Holographic Tinsel
Rib: Small Silver Wire
Wing case: Large Pearl Mirage Tinsel
Thorax: Rusty Brown Ice Dubbing
Legs: Pheasant Tail
Collar: Thread

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pyramid-lake-mahalo-nymph-albino-wino

Color: Albino Wino (Cranberry)

Size: #12

The Pyramid Lake Mahalo Nymph has many different variations. Simply explained its a bead head pheasant tail with a holographic body, tied on a hook ready for twenty pound trout. Is your hook ready?

Imitates: Larger chironomids/midge in Pyramid Lake.

Useful for: Nymphing for giant Lahontan Cutthroat under an indicator just off the bottom at slow sloping beaches. Equally as effective near sharp drop-offs/ledges near the shore.

Tricks/Techniques: The most consistent colors are absolutely the Black, Red and Albino Wino versions, while the bright colors have their occasional hot days. Nymphing under an indicator is the preferred method for fall and spring fly fisherman. Keep the depth under the indicator shallow when fishing near sharp drop-offs or when fish are visible breaching the surface during early spring mornings.Try retrieving this behind a Bottle Rocket, Tadpole or Beetle if watching an indicator isn’t your thing. I wouldn’t recommend fishing tippet lighter then 3X ever at Pyramid, sharp teeth tend to shred the light stuff.

Recipe

Hook: Orvis 8A03
Bead: 1/8 Copper Brass
Thread: Black Danville’s 3/0 Monochord
Tail: Rusty Brown Pheasant Tail
Abdomen: Cranberry Holographic Tinsel
Rib: Copper Small Wire
Wing case: Large Pearl Mirage Tinsel
Thorax: Golden Brown Ice Dubbing
Legs: Rusty Brown Pheasant Tail
Collar: Thread

Click Here to Purchase the Mahalo Nymph


pyramid-lake-mahalo-nymph-purple

Color: Purple

Size: #12

The Pyramid Lake Mahalo Nymph has many different variations. Simply explained its a bead head pheasant tail with a holographic body, tied on a hook ready for twenty pound trout. Is your hook ready?

Imitates: Larger chironomids/midge in Pyramid Lake.

Useful for: Nymphing for giant Lahontan Cutthroat under an indicator just off the bottom at slow sloping beaches. Equally as effective near sharp drop-offs/ledges near the shore.

Tricks/Techniques: The most consistent colors are absolutely the Black, Red and Albino Wino versions, while the bright colors have their occasional hot days. Nymphing under an indicator is the preferred method for fall and spring fly fisherman. Keep the depth under the indicator shallow when fishing near sharp drop-offs or when fish are visible breaching the surface during early spring mornings.Try retrieving this behind a Bottle Rocket, Tadpole or Beetle if watching an indicator isn’t your thing. I wouldn’t recommend fishing tippet lighter then 3X ever at Pyramid, sharp teeth tend to shred the light stuff.

Recipe

Hook: Orvis 8A03
Bead: 1/8 Black Brass
Thread: Black Danville’s 3/0 Monochord
Tail: Purple Pheasant Tail
Abdomen: Purple Holographic Tinsel
Rib: Black Small Wire
Wing case: Large Pearl Mirage Tinsel
Thorax: Dark Olive Ice Dubbing
Legs: Purple Pheasant Tail
Collar: Thread

Click Here to Purchase the Mahalo Nymph


pyramid-lake-mahalo-nymph-black

Color: Black

Size: #12

The Pyramid Lake Mahalo Nymph has many different variations. Simply explained its a bead head pheasant tail with a holographic body, tied on a hook ready for twenty pound trout. Is your hook ready?

Imitates: Larger chironomids/midge in Pyramid Lake.

Useful for: Nymphing for giant Lahontan Cutthroat under an indicator just off the bottom at slow sloping beaches. Equally as effective near sharp drop-offs/ledges near the shore.

Tricks/Techniques: The most consistent colors are absolutely the Black, Red and Albino Wino versions, while the bright colors have their occasional hot days. Nymphing under an indicator is the preferred method for fall and spring fly fisherman. Keep the depth under the indicator shallow when fishing near sharp drop-offs or when fish are visible breaching the surface during early spring mornings.Try retrieving this behind a Bottle Rocket, Tadpole or Beetle if watching an indicator isn’t your thing. I wouldn’t recommend fishing tippet lighter then 3X ever at Pyramid, sharp teeth tend to shred the light stuff.

Recipe

Hook: Orvis 8A03
Bead: 1/8 Silver Brass
Thread: Black Danville’s 3/0 Monochord
Tail: Black Pheasant Tail
Abdomen: Black Holographic Tinsel
Rib: Red Small Wire
Wing Case: Large Pearl Mirage Tinsel
Thorax: UV Black Ice Dubbing
Legs: Black Pheasant Tail
Collar: Thread

Click Here to Purchase the Mahalo Nymph


pyramid-lake-mahalo-nymph-blue

Color: Blue

Size: #12

The Pyramid Lake Mahalo Nymph has many different variations. Simply explained its a bead head pheasant tail with a holographic body, tied on a hook ready for twenty pound trout. Is your hook ready?

Imitates: Larger chironomids/midge in Pyramid Lake.

Useful for: Nymphing for giant Lahontan Cutthroat under an indicator just off the bottom at slow sloping beaches. Equally as effective near sharp drop-offs/ledges near the shore.

Tricks/Techniques: The most consistent colors are absolutely the Black, Red and Albino Wino versions, while the bright colors have their occasional hot days. Nymphing under an indicator is the preferred method for fall and spring fly fisherman. Keep the depth under the indicator shallow when fishing near sharp drop-offs or when fish are visible breaching the surface during early spring mornings.Try retrieving this behind a Bottle Rocket, Tadpole or Beetle if watching an indicator isn’t your thing. I wouldn’t recommend fishing tippet lighter then 3X ever at Pyramid, sharp teeth tend to shred the light stuff.

Recipe

Hook: Orvis 8A03
Bead: 1/8 Black Brass
Thread: Black Danville’s 3/0 Monochord
Tail: Blue Pheasant Tail
Abdomen: Blue Holographic Tinsel
Rib: Silver Small Wire
Wing Case: Large Pearl Mirage Tinsel
Thorax: UV Black Ice Dubbing
Legs: Blue Pheasant Tail
Collar: Thread

Click Here to Purchase the Mahalo Nymph


pyramid-lake-mahalo-nymph-fuchsia

Color: Fuchsia

Size: #12

The Pyramid Lake Mahalo Nymph has many different variations. Simply explained its a bead head pheasant tail with a holographic body, tied on a hook ready for twenty pound trout. Is your hook ready?

Imitates: Larger chironomids/midge in Pyramid Lake.

Useful for: Nymphing for giant Lahontan Cutthroat under an indicator just off the bottom at slow sloping beaches. Equally as effective near sharp drop-offs/ledges near the shore.

Tricks/Techniques: The most consistent colors are absolutely the Black, Red and Albino Wino versions, while the bright colors have their occasional hot days. Nymphing under an indicator is the preferred method for fall and spring fly fisherman. Keep the depth under the indicator shallow when fishing near sharp drop-offs or when fish are visible breaching the surface during early spring mornings.Try retrieving this behind a Bottle Rocket, Tadpole or Beetle if watching an indicator isn’t your thing. I wouldn’t recommend fishing tippet lighter then 3X ever at Pyramid, sharp teeth tend to shred the light stuff.

Recipe

Hook: Orvis 8A03
Bead: 1/8 Silver Brass
Thread: Black Danville’s 3/0 Monochord
Tail: Natural Pheasant Tail
Abdomen: Fuchsia Holographic Tinsel
Rib: Silver Small Wire
Wing Case: Large Pearl Mirage Tinsel
Thorax: Dark Olive Ice Dubbing
Legs: Natural Pheasant Tail
Collar: Thread

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