Pyramid Lake Beetle (w/ video)

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pyramid-lake-beetle-black

Color: Black

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Black Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Black 2mm Foam
Body: Black Estaz

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pyramid-lake-beetle-white

Color: White

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: White Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: White 2mm Foam
Body: Jay Fair Pearl Long Shuck or Pearl Estaz

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pyramid-lake-beetle-tui-chub

Color: Tui-Chub

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Brown Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Tan 2mm Foam
Body: J-Fair Glimmer Olive Long Shuck or Olive Estaz

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pyramid-lake-beetle-tan-dragon

Color: Tan Dragon

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Black Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Tan 2mm Foam
Body: Rootbeer Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


pyramid-lake-beetle-red

Color: Red

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Black Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Black 2mm Foam
Body: J-Fair Red Long Shuck or Red Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


pyramid-lake-beetle-purple

Color: Purple

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Black Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Black 2mm Foam
Body: J-Fair Glimmer Purple Long Shuck or Purple Estaz

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pyramid-lake-beetle-popcorn

Color: Popcorn

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: White Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: White 2mm Foam
Body: Chartreuse J-Fair Long Shuck or Chartreuse Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


pyramid-lake-beetle-pink

Color: Pink

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: White Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: White 2mm Foam
Body: Glimmer Pink J-Fair Long Shuck or Pink Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


pyramid-lake-beetle-northern-lights

Color: Northern Lights

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Black Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Black 2mm Foam
Body: Chartreuse J-Fair Long Shuck or Chartreuse Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


pyramid-lake-beetle-chartreuse

Color: Chartreuse

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Chartreuse Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Chartreuse 2mm Foam
Body: Chartreuse J-Fair Long Shuck or Chartreuse Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


 

pyramid-lake-beetle-brown

Color: Brown

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Brown Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Dark Brown 2mm Foam
Body: Glimmer Leech Brown J-Fair Long Shuck or Rootbeer Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


pyramid-lake-beetle-blue

Color: Blue

Sizes: #4-10

The Pyramid Lake Beetle was the original of the foam streamer flies. Tied with a foam back to hover above the bottom when fished on a sinking lines.

Imitates: Aquatic Beetles, Dragonfly Nymph, Tui-Chub, Sacramento Perch, and Leech.

Useful for: Pyramid Lake stripping behind a fast sinking shooting head, or full sinking line.

Tricks/Techniques: Great when fished behind a woolly worm in line or as a dropper. This fly works well when the bottom is overgrown. It hovers above the sand behind a fast shooting head/sinking line type 5 or faster. Pausing between retrieves allows the fly to rise, giving the fly life similar to a jig. The popcorn coloration seems to be the most productive possibly because its the most popular.

Recipe:

Hook: Orvis 62KC, TMC 2457, Orvis 1641
Thread: Black Danville’s Flat Waxed Nylon
Shellback: Black 2mm Foam
Body: Dark Blue Estaz

Click Here to Purchase the Pyramid Lake Beetle


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