Dry Fly Fly Patterns
First tied by Lee Wulff, this Royal Coachman variation is a staple in a trout fisherman's fly box. It imitates many types of mayflies as well as some terrestrials.
Originating in Michigan, the Adams has become an extremely versatile dry fly in trout streams around the world.
The Elk Hair Caddis is a staple in your trout fly box. Imitating a hatching caddis fly, it can be tied in sizes 10-20 and in just about any color combination of dubbing, hackle, and wing. They may be thought of for trout, but you can also find use...