Sulfur/PMD Sparkle Dun - For this tutorial, I chose a fly created and popularized by Craig Matthews, the Sparkle Dun. This fly is a modified version of the comparadun, and represents a number of stages occurring before the dun is fully emerged. Featuring an Allen Fly Fishing hook for this tie (http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d101bl-standard-dry-fly-barbless/), I selected a sulfur / pmd pattern, which can be easily adjusted to match the mayfly of your choice. Be sure to locate the correct deer hair to ensure a proper wing when tying, as I show in the video. Thanks for viewing and, as always, feel free to leave questions / comments here or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Sulfur/PMD Sparkle Dun

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For this tutorial, I chose a fly created and popularized by Craig Matthews, the Sparkle Dun. This fly is a modified version of the comparadun, and represents a number of stages occurring before the dun is fully emerged. Featuring an Allen Fly Fishing hook for this tie (http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d101bl-standard-dry-fly-barbless/), I selected a sulfur / pmd pattern, which can be easily adjusted to match the mayfly of your choice. Be sure to locate the correct deer hair to ensure a proper wing when tying, as I show in the video. Thanks for viewing and, as always, feel free to leave questions / comments here or email me:
tcammisa@gmail.com

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