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Great for anything

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is a great all around dry fly. I have used it for everything from trout streams to small lakes for panfish and bass. Just about anything will bite this at some point in the season. Probably THE most versatile fly you can buy.


An absolute trout necessity

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

If you are going to fish for trout, you will need this fly. You will need it early and often, and more sooner than later. This fly represents any type of Mayfly very well. I cannot remember a river, stream, pond or lake that does not have a Mayfly, or several Mayfly populations. You can use the pattern down to micro #20. You will need #18s for (beatis) Blue Winged Olives. I use this fly in desert streams to high mountain lakes. When Mayflies are ovipositing (as opposed to hatching when you will need the parachute verson) , fish can be selective, and you will need this fly or you will be very frustrated. After you have given up casting in futility you will hang your head in defeat. Don't let this happen to you. Pick up some of these flies now before it is too late. Size down 1 size from the natural (normally) for best results.



    Like the other review says, it looks like a number of different bugs. I used it mainly on the middle provo here in Utah with a good bit of luck. nothing huge, but fish seem to like it.



      In any fly assortment you might imagine the adams should be a standard. Fish everywhere seem to love it and it represents a number of bugs. High quality ties that will last through a number of fish.