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It's a floater.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Like others have said, this hopper floats really well. I have a hard time seeing some flies and following their drift, but I definitely don't have that problem here.
Nothin like a hopper
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These hoppers float very well making it easy to see when it gets slurped up from below. These work very well as an indicator in a hopper dropper set up. Fishing large dries is likely the most fun you can have with a fresh water rod.
Yea, it floats high, its a dry fly! But, this thing is buoyant enough to easily support a tungston dropper in the classic hopper/dropper set ups. A great summer fly, it'll definitely get those trout to hit and hit hard.