Dry Flies: "It's Not That Difficult!"

January 24, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

“If I had just two fly designs to use the rest of my life, I’d choose Compara-duns and Cul de Canard (CDC) Emergers, which possess the three critical pluses for making any pattern worthwhile. They work superbly, have the durability to catch myriad fish before wearing out and prove easy to tie.” Ken Allen’s observations on the effectiveness of dry flies end with some advice about which flies to tie and why. In the Kennebec Journal.