Published May 13. 2024 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited May 16. 2024

La Loue - Rose Champagne Fly

This is Gerard de Chamberet’s La Loue or what was first called Le Rose. It was in a series of grayling flies called La Loue which later just became the name of this pattern. While de Chamberet was a fly imitationist he did have a lively spirit and was very imaginative AND must have like rose Champagne (who doesn’t?!).

Hook: 16 or 18 dry fly hook
Body: quill dyed rose champagne
Hackle: rooster dyed rose champagne tied “spider style”
Tail: white rooster hackle fibers
Head: black

Grab a bottle of Rose Champagne and spin up a dozen!

Adam Rieger

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