Published May 17. 2014 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 26. 2018

Biot Body Sulfur Parachute Dry Fly

Featured in this YouTube fly tying tutorial is the Biot Body Sulfur Parachute dry fly, a pattern intended to represent the adult/dun stage of the sulfur mayfly. I prefer a turkey biot body on this pattern in specific instances, including low-water situations and over highly-pressured fish. The biot body creates an excellent segmentation that closely represent the natural insect. If you feel there are additional materials to create a similar effect, please share those in the "Comments" section of this video.

Thanks go out to Allen Fly Fishing for the use of their D102BL dry fly hook; you can find this hook, and many others, at the following link:

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Tim Cammisa

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