Published May 18. 2014 - 8 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 26. 2018

Green Drake Parachute

The Green Drake Parachute is a great Western Green Drake Pattern. The Green Drake is a great large attractor pattern during the summer months in the West. Green Drake hatches can often be spotty and sparse at times, so having one tied on as an attractor is a great strategy. The Green Drake Parachute is a larger mayfly dry fly pattern. Making it a great choice for a novice fly tier. The Green Drake Parachute can also be tied on other colors such as Brown or Gray. These colors will imitate other types of Drakes, such as Brown and Gray Drakes. Really fun to tie!

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