Sulphur Parachute

The parachute style typically floats a bit lower on the water and is often preferred for slower, flat waters. A standard parachute style tie to imitate the ever-popular Sulphurs. No doubt that a parachute is a great floater and many prefer the profile and visibility. The parachute style typically floats…

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Sulphur Comparadun

Al Caucci and Bob Nastasi popularized this style of dry fly in their book “Hatches”. They have remained popular over the years. Al Caucci and Bob Nastasi popularized this style of dry fly in their book “Hatches”. They have remained popular over the years. They float well, are easy to…

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Sulphur – Thorax

The thorax style doesn’t ride quite as high as a Catskill style and not as low as a parachute. This style of dry has always been a favorite of ours, especially on the smaller bugs like Sulphers and BWO’s. Vince Marinaro’s Thorax Style of dry flies has been a favorite…

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Copper John – Black

In a very short lifespan, this fly has become the #1 selling nymph of all time. That’s how good it is! John Barr’s Copper John nymph here in the Black color. A nemesis of trout worldwide. This is our #1 selling pattern for the Little Black Stonefly which is important to…

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Galloups Blue Winged Olive (BWO) Nymph

The BEST for BWO’s but also great for Sulpher and Trico nymphs as well. This is our “go-to” small mayfly nymph pattern. Blue Winged Olives are such important species of Mayflies throughout the season and throughout the country and Kelly Galloup’s BWO Nymph is the best we have seen. The…

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BWO – Bear’s Parachute

This is just a staple pattern that should be in any trout anglers box. It has really become a “go-to” pattern around here. We use this fly for of course BWOs but also for Sulphers, Pseudocloens and those other pesky tiny bugs that hatch in the late Summer and Fall…

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Sulphur Spinner

A good one to have as opposed to a standard Rusty as the Sulphers are just slightly different. A specific Sulpher spinner- out of Pennsylvania and possibly even Barry & Cathy Beck. A good one to have as opposed to a standard Rusty as the Sulphers are just slightly different.…

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Adams

The Adams was developed by Leonard Halladay from Mayfield, Michigan in 1922. We was encouraged to do so by his friend Charles Adams….thus the name. It has since become one of the most famous, if not THE most famous dry fly of all-time. The Adams is one of the most…

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