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Hoppers
Grasshoppers, crickets and other terrestrials


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Pete's EZ Hopper

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Schroeder's Parachute Hopper
Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties Schroeder's Parachute Hopper
Dave's Hopper

The Dave's Hopper is a favorite "go to" Hopper Pattern for many fly fishers. The high floating properties and life like appearance of the Dave's Hopper, make it one of the best Grasshopper Patterns ever developed. The Dave's Hopper was created by fly tying mastermind Dave Whitlock. The Dave's Hopper is made to be fished in the heat of summer and flopped down near the bank (where hoppers tend to fall or be blown into the river). The Dave's Hopper is a great indicator for the "Hopper Dropper" technique and is extremely deadly on hungry trout.

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Letort Hopper

The Letort Hopper is a great small micro Hopper pattern.
The Letort Hopper is made to imitate the smaller hoppers in the grass and fool the pickiest of trout. The Letort Hopper is a killer little hopper on spring creeks, sloughs and slow water areas. The Letort Hopper sits flush to the water and has a slim realistic profile. The Letort Hopper is also simple to tie!
Making it a great Hopper pattern for the new fly tier to tackle!
CLICK & BUY The Materials Used In The Video: http://www.intheriffle.com/fishing-videos/fly-tying/letort-hopper/

Foam Back Hopper/Adult Midge

Materials Used;

Hook, Kamasan B170 size 12
Thread, Uni-8/0 Olive
Rib, Clear Wrap or Clear Light Nylon
Foam Back, Olive Foam
Body, Olive Seal Fur or SLF Dubbing
Legs, Pheasant Tail Fibres Knotted
Thorax Cover, Olive Foam
Thorax, Olive Seals Fur or SLF Dubbing
Hackle, Furnace Saddle Cock

Commonwealth Hopper

This video shows how to tie the Commonwealth Hopper. For more information on the materials used and why this fly is so deadly, read issue 1 of FlyStream magazine. Available online at www.flystream.com