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Parachute Adams

Parachute Adams

Parachute Adams Fly Tying Video Instructions The Parachute Adams is arguably the most effective dry fly ever invented.  The Parachute Adams imitates a mayfly adult or cripple mayfly.  The reason a Parachute Adams works so well is because the parachute hackle allows for the fly to sit flush to the water, making the fly look… Continue Reading

Biot Parachute

Biot Parachute

Biot Parachute Fly Tying Instructions The Biot Parachute is a very life like dry fly.  Very similar to the traditional parachute, the Biot Parachute uses a goose biot to segment the body of the fly.  The goose biot imitates the segments of a adult mayfly perfectly.  The Biot Parachute can be tied in many different… Continue Reading

Parachute Poly Wing

Parachute Poly Wing

Parachute Poly Wing Fly Tying Instructions The Parachute Poly Wing Dry Fly is my favorite style of dry fly.  The Parachute Dry Fly sits flush to the waters surface.  Making the fly look more life like to the trout.  The Parachute can be tied in many different colors, depending on the mayfly you are trying… Continue Reading

Rusty Spinner

Rusty Spinner

Rusty Spinner Fly Tying Video Instructions The Rusty Spinner is a classic dry fly.  The Spinner is the last and most vulnerable stage of a mayfly.  Once the mayflies have mated, they travel to the river to die.  A spent spinner is a mayfly that has died and splayed out their wings on the surface… Continue Reading