Beadhead Super Flash Pheasant Tail
The Beadhead Super Flash Pheasant Tail is a popular fly pattern used in fly fishing to imitate a variety of aquatic insects, including mayfly and stonefly nymphs. It is an effective pattern for fishing in both stillwater and moving water environments.
The fly pattern features a beadhead, which adds weight and helps the fly to sink quickly to the bottom. The body of the fly is made from pheasant tail fibers, which are typically dyed to mimic the natural coloration of the insect being imitated.
The thorax of the fly is often made from peacock herl, which adds a bit of flash and attraction to the fly.
In addition to the natural materials used to tie the fly, the Super Flash Pheasant Tail also features flash material tied wrapped around the body. This flash material adds an additional attractor element to the fly and can help draw the attention of fish in low light or murky water conditions.
The BH Super Flash Pheasant Tail can be fished using a variety of techniques, including dead drifting, bouncing along the bottom, and even stripped through the water column to imitate a swimming nymph.
It is an effective fly pattern for a wide range of game fish, including trout, bass, and panfish.
Usually available in the following hook sizes: 12 | 14 | 16 | 18 | 20 | 22 | 24