Saturday, July 26, 2014
Palomino, C.W. Humpy Parachute, Royal Wulff Stimulator
This program showcases three completely different flies. Carolyn starts off with an emerger pattern, the Palomino. This fly is interesting because it is tied with black materials, but it can also be tied with olive or cream. The C.W. Humpy Parachute makes a wonderful attractor and searching pattern. The flashy post can easily be seen even in rough water. The method of finishing the fly around the post instead of the front of the fly makes it unique. Lastly, Carolyn ties the Royal Wulff Stimulator. She uses deer hair in place of elk hair, which has LeRoy eager to try the substitute himself. The Stimulator makes a great floater, and is popular on several Northwest rivers.