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Parasol Buzzer Fly

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About the Parasol Buzzer Trout Flies Fly

The Parasol Buzzer was designed for those times when the fish are feeding just under the surface. It should be presented below the surface leaving the CDC visible above the surface. The CDC acts as a strike indicator and keeps the fly afloat.

Creator of this trout flies fly: Graydon Bell

Tier of this trout flies fly: Graydon Bell

Country of origin for this trout flies fly: England

This trout flies fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish


  • Hook : 12.
  • Thread : UNI Thread, olive.
  • Rib : Roots SS 0.0025 wire.
  • Body : UNI Thread, olive.
  • Thorax : Roots Holographic enhancer, green.
  • Cheeks : UNI tying thread, olive.
  • Parasol : CDC, orange.

Comments from other fly fishermen

This fly was in Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Magazine 8 years ago. I think its wrong to imply that you have designed this fly. - Posted by on 07/02/2009

Hi Peter, you are correct. Anything within the description are actually the words from the author or someone on their behalf when this fly was originally submitted into our library (from 2003 onwards).

We did not mean to imply that we have created this fly, however we have designed many new patterns for people which are on this site, and have obtained permission from the designers of all patterns displayed on this site.

Please accept our apologies for the confusion.
- Posted by on 23/06/2009

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