Fly tying - how tie a dry fly - Royal wulff parachute

Posted By: Marco Della Noce In: Dry flies On: Comment: 0 favorite Hit: 646

Tying a dry fly, one of my favorites, the royal wulff parachute, a fly suitable for small rivers with very choppy waters thanks to its extreme buoyancy.

The royal wulff parachute is an indispensable dry fly for me, I can't do a stream fishing session without having brought it with me and used it because it has always had excellent results. I have been tie this hunting fly for 10 years now and I have never changed anything in the dressing and tying method because I find it, albeit of medium difficulty in construction, very effective. The roe deer hair used to tie the tail and the parachute, allow excellent buoyancy, providing a greater surface to support the fly. Attention must be paid to the buttonhole mounting of the hair and to creating a foam support that keeps the hair compressed during winding. The replacement of the classic peacock in the construction of the body, with the simplest ice dubbing, allows to keep the bright green color always active, moreover being a synthetic material it ensures that it absorbs little water.

An irreplaceable fly in my opinion, with the colors of the original royal wulff but today's materials that make it more attractive.

Dressing
Hook: dry fly C barbless hooks
Tail and parachute: Roe fur
Body: Ice dubbing peacock e polyfloss thread 280den
Wing: piccola striscia in foam e antron yarn

If you want you can buy HERE my fly

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