Published Mar 24. 2010 - 10 years ago
Updated or edited May 23. 2010

Royal Wulff

Lee Wulff redesigned the famous Royal Coachman into the Royal Wulff and made the old, difficult-to-float, Royal Coachman pattern into one heck of a fly. Lee once said the Royal Wulff looked like Strawberry Shortcake. Maybe that is why fish love it so much. Many of Lee's flies achieved a permanent place in fly-fishing. The Royal Wulff is one of the most popular of all time, probably because it floats high and is easy to see in the water.

Martin Joergensen


. you did a very go...

. you did a very good job on demonstrating the royal wolf. I am a wounded worrier and belong to the project healing waters in Tucson Arizona I live about 50 miles south of Tucson but every Wednesday night we meet at Dry Creek Outfitters in Tucson where we tie flies. Eric Loefler owens the Orvis shop in Tucson and lets us use his store to tie flies. He also gives us wounded worriers a 20% discount which is very well appreciated. I truly appreciate your video on the royal wolf..

Great video! Thanks ...

Great video! Thanks for the instruction, this is one of my favorites for Trout fishing here in New Brunswick.


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