Published Mar 30. 2022 - 3 months ago


The Sasquatch was designed by George Leonard Herter in the late 1960's and was said to be a entirely new type of dry fly! The Sasquatch floats like a cork and catches stream trout like no other fly. Named after the Sasquatch ape-like creatures of the Siskiyou Mountains of Oregon and British Columbia. This is a 'Journal fly' for the serious dry fly fisherman. it says in it's original description.

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