Midlands Trout Steamer Nymphs              & Mrs Simpsons

Around a third of these are traditional South African patterns while the rest are colour combos I've thrown together for my own amusement. All have caught fish...yet many of my own creations are left well alone by the established fish in a lake but gobbled up by the stockies.....result !!! cause a fish is a fish regardless of its size in my eyes !!!

Papparoach2
Papparoach2
Papparoach1
Papparoach1
Pappa Roach Summer
Pappa Roach Summer
Pappa Roach Winter
Pappa Roach Winter
Midnymph 28
Midnymph 28
Midnymph 26
Midnymph 26
The Big Easy
The Big Easy
Midnymph 19
Midnymph 19
Midnymph 20
Midnymph 20
Midnymph 21
Midnymph 21
Midnymph 22
Midnymph 22
Midnymph 23
Midnymph 23
Midnymph 24
Midnymph 24
Midnymph 25
Midnymph 25
Midnymph 18
Midnymph 18
Midnymph 17
Midnymph 17
Midnymph 16
Midnymph 16
Midnymph 15
Midnymph 15
Midnymph 14
Midnymph 14
Midnymph 13
Midnymph 13
Midnymph 12
Midnymph 12
Midnymph 3
Midnymph 3
Midnymph 4
Midnymph 4
Midnymph 7
Midnymph 7
Red eyed damsel - Brown
Red eyed damsel - Brown
Midnymph 9
Midnymph 9
Midnymph 10
Midnymph 10
Red eyed Damsel
Red eyed Damsel
Midnymph 6
Midnymph 6
Midnymph 5
Midnymph 5

Mrs Simpsons

These Mrs Simpsons were all tied for targeting Trout on many of the still waters up in the Natal Midlands but I've had some decent success with them on the Komati river with small mouthed Yellowfish. 

Hogmouth Mrs Simpsons
Hogmouth Mrs Simpsons
Mrs Simpsons 5
Mrs Simpsons 5
Mrs Simpsons 3
Mrs Simpsons 3
Hogmouth Mrs Simpsons2
Hogmouth Mrs Simpsons2
Mrs Simpsons 1
Mrs Simpsons 1
Mrs Simpsons 4
Mrs Simpsons 4
Mrs Simpsons 2
Mrs Simpsons 2
Hogmouth Mrs Simpsons3
Hogmouth Mrs Simpsons3
Small mouthed Yellow
Small mouthed Yellow