Colorado native Tucker Bamford began his fly fishing career on the backcountry lakes and streams of his home state. He eventually transitioned to tailwater fisheries, and these days you may find him on any manner of water. His fly-tying focus is on "guide flies" - flies that do not require much time at the vise, but are effective at fooling large, wary trout.
Overall: 5.0 / 5 based on 2 reviews
2 of 2 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Caught Fish! -
Eleven Mile Canyon, S. Platte Colorado. 40 degree clear slow low water, 40s air, Big Trout looking for midges. Laser Larva, with a Black Beauty and/or red Zebra hooked and netted Four big ones!
Good nymph 'attractor' -
Works great as a midge nymph and as an 'attractor' nymph used with another trailing midge nymph. The 'attractor' is due to the reflective nature of this fly. Using a dry on top, have also sight caught fish with this when other 'hatch' flies failed.