Published Nov 15. 2015 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 27. 2018

Fat Albert

The Fat Albert is a high floating and life-like hopper pattern. Made with 3 layers of foam, the Fat Albert floats in fast runs and pocket water. The Fat Albert can be tied in may different colors, such as black, tan/brown, tan/pink, tan/yellow and just about any combo you can think of! The Fat Albert is best fished near the bank and makes a great pattern for hopper/dropper techniques! A fun and fairly easy hopper to tie!

Fat Albert Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #06-12 Tiemco 5262
Thread: Tan UTC 140
Body: Tan and Brown 2MM Foam
Wing: White McFlylon
Legs: Medium Brown Rubber Legs

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