Reviewed by John the upstate retired carpenter from Upstate New York on Wednesday, July 15, 2009
As with all dry and wet flys they are difficult to handle because they are so tiny and the tippet line is so fine they are hard to handle. Once on the line though they withstand the stress of being cast over and over as well as hopefully attracting trout. These nymphs are well made and hold up well under these conditions. The biggest difficulty for me is handling and tying fine tippet line to the tiny hooks but this is not any criticisn of the nymph but rather my eyesight.