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Flies fished in the surface

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Thor's Hammer

Hook: Std Dry #12 - #16
Thread: Black
Tail; Grizzly/Brown Hackle
Abdomen: Adams Grey Hackle
Wingpost: White Antron Yarn
Thorax: Peacock Herl
Hackle: Grizzly/Brown

Chubby Chernobyl
The Missoulian Angler Fly Shop Tying Video for Chubby Chernobyl Dry Fly
Buying Dry Fly Materials

Fly fishing with dry flies is one of my favorite aspects of fly fishing, yet selecting the materials to tie those patterns is extremely complicated. This video is intended to help the beginner to intermediate fly tyer select quality materials to build or enhance a fly tying collection. The materials discussed in this video are ones that I find essential to tying dry flies, hence their recommendation to others.

The recommended materials (optional ones listed with an asterisk):

Hackle: Necks of grizzly, cream/ginger, and dun (preference given to barred colors)
CDC: Natural color

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Mercury Baetis
The Mercury Baetis is a great option to have in your BWO box. It's easy to tie and it works.

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