Check Jimmy out. Jimmy's got moves. This fly looks like it could jump right out of the box. The Jimmy Legs is an attractor, like a black and olive Girdle Bug with knots for knees. Use it for largemouth bass, big trout and steelhead in light current.
Think about how the fish sees it, black against blue or white, with legs that kick and twitch. Fish it on a floating line or sink-tip. Cast down and across and let it swing. At the end of the drift, make the legs dance with one-inch pulls or tip shakes.
Tie the Jimmy Legs on a No. 6-10 3X long streamer hook. Give the first third of the hook a slight downward bend. Build a base of lead wrap. For tail and antennae, tie in twin strands of olive rubber. For the legs, use three long olive rubber legs on each side and knot them for knees. Finish with a body of black chenille.
— Gary Lewis