Profile: RS-II Author Rim Chung

February 3, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

“When Rim Chung came to America, little did he know he would create what might be the most effective fishing fly ever devised for Colorado’s South Platte River.
Perhaps it was inevitable. When he arrived in Denver in 1968, the elements for development of the RS-II were already in place.” Karl Licis profiles tier Rim Chung, whose slender-bodied RS-II (“Rim’s Semblance #2”) broke rules about fly shape and became one of the most popular nymph-emerger patterns in the U.S. West. In the Denver Post.