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Poly Parachute
New collar Flotation polypropylene
Black Quill

The hatch of the Black Quill happens right after the Hendrickson and before the Sulpher hatch. In Pa. that can be from April 15 - May 15
Hook: 2xl Dry #12-#14
Thread: Black
Tail: Black Hackle
Abdomen: Black Stretch Cord
Thorax: Black: Hair Blend Dub
Wingpost: Grey Poly Yarn
Hackle: Black

Bloom's Parchute Ant
This simple ant pattern is highly visible and perfect for summer fishing on a variety of waters. Antron wings can be added before the parachute style hackle as well.
Parachute Hopper

Matt Gutzmann at the Great Falls Big R Fly Shop is behind the vise tying a parachute hopper. Hopper fishing heats up in the late summer and fall when there are a lot of these guys being blown into the water by the warm winds. Fish key in on these big terestrials due to the abundance of calories in one big hopper. Try fishing this highly visible parachute hopper anytime you see them in the grasses near rivers.

MATERIALS:
• Dai-Riki #65 Size 8
• Tan Ultra Thread 140
• Golden Tan Antron
• Grizzly Hackle
• White Widow's Web
• Knotted Hopper Legs

Track: "A-Punk" by Vampire Weekend

Isonychia Parachute
Detailed instructions for tying an Isonychia Parachute with author, fly tier and blogger Matt Grobert.
Sulphur Parachute
Tying instructions for a Sulphur Parachute dry fly.