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Tying the Hornberg Dry Fly

November 13, 2012 By: Marshall Cutchin

Producer: Tim Flagler

Tim Flagler says of this size-18 dry fly variation of the classic Hornberg: “Although it’s useful year-round, I’ve found it especially effective in the fall, when small, colored-up wild fish are on the move.  You can dead-drift it, skate it a bit to form a V-wake on the water’s surface, or do a combination of the two.”