Beadhead San Juan Worm
The Beadhead San Juan Worm fly pattern is a type of fly commonly used by anglers as a bait to catch trout and other fish species. It is a simple and effective pattern that imitates a worm, which is a natural food source for many fish.
The San Juan Worm fly typically consists of a hook, a bead, thread, and a piece of chenille or yarn that is wound around the hook shank to create a worm-like body.
To fish with the San Juan Worm fly, anglers typically use a nymphing technique, which involves casting the fly upstream and allowing it to drift downstream with the current. The fly should be presented in a natural manner, mimicking the movement of a worm in the water.
The San Juan Worm is a versatile and effective fly pattern that can be used in a variety of fishing situations. It is especially useful in muddy or stained water, where fish may have difficulty seeing other types of flies.
Usually available in the following colors:
Usually available in the following hook sizes:
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