Oh my god, time flies at breakneck speed right now. Don’t worry “les mouchingers”, I haven’t forgotten you and I ‘m offering you a pattern of a hare’s nymph.

Personally when I fish underwater, I have a soft spot for imitations which vibrate a lot. That’s why I have nymphs with a lot of frills (whether they are rooster, hare or cdc). When you dip them in their element, the magic happens. The fibers will fill with water and dance to the rhythm of the current. They can sometimes slow down drift and produce vibrations that will attract fish. I like the idea of my nymphs coming to life. So here’s a relatively simple nymph to tie and that requires little materials: tinsel pearl, dubbing, hare back hair and thread.