Published Apr 9. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 13. 2018

Royal Wulff

The Royal Wulff is THE classic dry fly. Even a non fly fisherman can recognize this iconic pattern. The Royal Wulff does not imitate a specific insect. It is actually classified as an attractor pattern. Meaning that the fish are simply eat it out of reaction or attraction. The Royal Wulff is no easy fly to tie. The calf body wings make it a fly tough to master. The Royal Wulff is a great fly for intermediate and advanced fly tiers or beginners that simply want to give it a shot!

Royal Wulff Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #08-20 Tiemco 100
Thread: Black UNI 8/0
Tail: Moose Body Hair
Body: Peacock Herl
Tag: Red UNI Floss
Wing: Calf Body Hair
Hackle: Brown Whiting High and Dry Rooster Cape

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