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Trout swipe right for this fly

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

-Floats in all conditions, very difficult to sink even in fast, broken water

-Fairly easy to see due to tuft of hair on back

-Legs help this fly land flat, instead of on it's side

-Works well in larger rivers, and tiny streams

-Trout hit it hard

Pick some up for summer

Trout swipe right for this fly

Nothing like Hopper season

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Hoppers are my favorite fly because of the big, aggressive takes I've seen when fishing them. Plus bigger bugs are easier to cast and to see on the water. I like placing these just off the bank and waiting for the magic to happen.


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.


Floats high!

    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.