Dry Flies

Coch-Y-Bondhu Dry Fly of Welsh Origin – Very effective and easy to tie

Coch-Y-Bondhu Dry Fly of Welsh Origin – Very effective and easy to tie

Coch-Y-Bondhu This one appears in Mike Weddell's 10 of the Best New Zealand Trout Flies. It certainly is one of…

29/12/2014

Cicada Dry Fly – The Cicada is a large bulky insect

Cicada Dry Fly The cicada pattern is a popular surface fly to use when this insect is chirping in high…

29/12/2014

Cicada insect patterns for trout fly fishing with John Hey

Cicada Insect Patterns The number one contender in the chirpy insect stakes must be the cicada. The sound of cicadas…

16/12/2014

Beetle Patterns for Trout – brown beetles hatch followed by green beetles

Beetle Patterns At this time of the year, beetles represent a plentiful food supply for trout. They begin to hatch…

16/12/2014

Attractor Flies Versus an Exact Imitation – Randall Kauffman

Attractor Flies Versus an Exact Imitation Dry fly fishing is the easiest form of fly fishing. You don't need fancy…

16/12/2014

Mouse Flies for Trout Fishing – Don’t Neglect this High Protein Trout Food

Mouse Flies and Tying Ideas With Allan Burgess  Surely any trout prepared to eat rats or mice swimming on the…

30/11/2014

Royal Wulff Dry Fly – tying this popular dry fly with John Hey

Royal Wulff Dry Fly The Royal Wulff is one of those flies that have no direct resemblance to a natural…

30/11/2014

Terrestrial Insects – Wasps, Bees, Beetles and more with John Hey

Terrestrial Insects - Wasps, Bees, Beetles and more With John Hey By the time mid-summer comes around in New Zealand…

30/11/2014

Adams Dry Fly – Adams Parachute Fly – credited to Len Halliday

Adams Dry Fly This pattern is credited to the American Len Halliday of Michigan and dates from 1922. It is…

10/11/2014