Going Flymphing?

“On the end of the 5X, I tied what famed anglers Jim Leisenring and Pete Hidy called a ‘flymph,’ a No. 14 wet fly with a tail of short, grizzly hackle fibers, a body of medium-olive rabbit dubbing and a soft grouse body feather hackle.” Eric Sharp describes one reason why tying a wet fly dropper onto a dry fly might be a great idea. In the Detroit Free Press.

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