Adams Dry Fly – Fly Tying Video


Here is another useful fly tying video - this one on a dry fly. This week's pattern is on tying the famous Adams dry fly. This American fly pattern (created by Len Halladay of Michigan in 1922 at the request of his close friend Charles Adams) was believed to have originally been a down wing pattern that more closely imitated a caddis. Regardless of it origins, the Adams dry fly is considered by many anglers as the best dry fly pattern ever conceived.

Again, many variations exist to better match your fishing and insect conditions. Please comment in the section below the video to tell us how you fish the Adams and how effective it is for you.

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