One of my favourite dries.
I prefer this fly on a size #18 or #20 id summer drought on small streams.
This is probably the best one I have ever tied.
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This is a nymph or a 'dry' it sinks the tippet on impact Reversed Parachute Emerger http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e3/RoyChristie/TMC518size32RevPara.png Size #32 TMC518 fine thread, dun hackle, golden olive tails, black tipped for effect, golden olive fur thorax http://i36.photobucket.com/albums...
Sweet looking tie, Roy. Care to offer up the dressing. Curious -- what do you reckon is the advantage of the 'hook-up' (i.e., 'Waterwisp') style? Maybe it appears more natural to trout, since the hook may not be as visible (although refraction can do strange things). Do you find the fly to alight o...
- Wed Nov 10, 2010 1:10 pm
- Forum: The Bar Stool
- Topic: One Fly to use all season
- Replies: 30
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I'd tie on a Hare's Ear or a real March Brown, same thing really. Greased - it floats, it hangs in the surface. Untreated, it is the best nymph. then again, who would fish only one fly? That is not real fly fishing. I fished a few summers in my youth with one fly, a copper wire hare's ear tied at th...