Published Dec 2. 2019 - 11 months ago

Parachute Yellow May Dun

Parachute dry flies are some of the most effective for different reasons. First of all (we are talking dry flies) they float well. The horizontal hackle provides are large contact area with the surface meniscus, which means that for very critical presentations, you can float the fly 2-3 times over fish without the use of any floatant, which sometimes can spook very selective fish. Parachute flies also imitate quite well. In this video Lars Christian Bentsen ties his Parachute Yellow May Dun.

Martin Joergensen

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