Introduced in Pennsylvania, the GreenWeenie was first tied by Ken Igo and Russ Mowry in the 1950s Anglers have long been using this fly to Read more. This is the easiest of all flies to tie, the GreenWeenie. This simple has caught thousands of fish for all levels of fly fishermen. It is said to be the go Fly Tying Kit: GreenWeenie Tying Instructions available as a PDF download —>> GreenWeenieInstructions . If you’re getting the fly tying kit you might want Very Simple Fly to tie. I used Fluorescent thread to create sort of a hot spot. panfish really seem to respond well to this pattern. Materials 2xl size 10 ho Fly Tying GreenWeenie - posted in Step by Step Patterns & Tutorials: Here's a real simple killer pattern. I tie it two different ways. Bead head and non bead head. The GreenWeenie caddis nymph is possibly the simplest fly pattern there is. It's simply green chenille wrapped around a hook. The closest thing it might imitate is a caddis larva of the green sedge variety, but whatever it imitates, it works. The Little River Journal My introduction to the GreenWeenie was perhaps 20 years ago on the upper reaches of claiming it added extra action to the fly—and Greenie Weenie pattern Most of the threads on this forum start with actual Step-by-Step instructions. There are a ton of "greenweenieFly fishing isn't Volume 5, Issue7 July 2004. GREENWEENIEFly, Text, and Photography by Bob Ireton The GreenWeenie was developed by Ken Igo and Russ Mowry of Westmoreland County, PA.The late Russ Mowry was Fred’s brother-in-law, friend, buddy, fishing companion, and mentor, teaching Fred the fundamentals of fly tying and fly fishing more than 50 years ago.