About the Grey Wulff Mayfly Trout Fly
The Grey Wulff Mayfly imitates adult mayflies. It is a truly great, yet simple, fish taker.
It is an attractor pattern with a bushy hackle that is easily seen, rides high and floats well on busy water.
It is best used in early summer when mayflies are on the water.
The Grey Wulff is fished on the surface of the water, and it is typically fished using a variety of retrieve methods, such as a dead drift, a skitter or a hop.
Dead drift is a method where the fly is casted upstream and allowed to drift downstream, mimicking the natural movement of the grey caddis.
The skitter method is when the fly is casted upstream and moved quickly across the surface of the water, mimicking the natural movement of a grey caddis trying to escape.
The hop method is when the fly is casted upstream and moved in a hopping motion downstream, also mimicking the natural movement of a grey caddis trying to escape.
Creator of this trout fly: Lee Wulff
Country of origin for this trout fly: America
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams, Still Water
- Hook : TMC 10.
- Thread : Uni-thread Black 8/0.
- Tail : Brown buck tail.
- Body : Muskrat dubbing.
- Hackle : Medium blue dun.
- Wing : Brown buck tail.
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