Catch more fish with classic trout patterns.
The Copper John is a staple nymph pattern that has been known to catch fish for years. The bead head and wire body allows the fly to get down in the water column quickly, where the fish are. The sing casing and small feather legs provide key components to a nymph that trout key in on and strike aggressively. Having this fly in a multitude of weights will make producing fish much easier. This pattern will catch fish from the Georgia mountains across the state and beyond.