Utilizing an incredibly fast sink rate for such a tiny fly it gets near the bottom where trout would expect to find it. With a forked tail, neutral colored body and striped legs, this nymph approximates many things that trout feed. It has been proven with many great catches. Copper nymphs are especially good in winter for trout, whitefish and even steelhead.
Copper Bob, Olive
Copper nymphs are especially good in winter for trout, whitefish and even steelhead. This fly works very well as it is, but sometimes works even better with the legs and tail trimmed of. In this mode, it can be a deadly Green Rock Worm Pattern.
Copper Bob, Red
This is a more jazzed-up colored copper nymph. The local on-stream tests have made this one of the most popular nymphs. Trout and whitefish love them.