Just like “Friday’s da day”, we will try to offer you a pattern every week!!

Last Saturday you were offered a simple and accessible nymph even for beginners. Today a great classic the Pheasant Tail. It is no longer presented so much this nymph is popular all around the globe. Here is a bead model.


Fix a copper wire.
Fix 5-6 pheasant fibers.
Form a conical sub-body.
Turn the Pheasant.
Turn the copper in the opposite direction.
Fix 3 peacock herls and turn them to form the thorax.
Whip finish.

As you can see, this assembly requires little materials. If the heart tells you, you can add a small tag just behind the ball, according to your tastes and those of the fish.

For next week, I’ll prepare a little surprise, stay tuned…