Posts Tagged ‘catskill’

Hatches 2011: Parafoam Dry Flies by Alex Cerveniak

Hatches 2011: Parafoam Dry Flies by Alex Cerveniak

The dry fly has been evolving for more than 100 years. It started in England, crossed the Atlantic, and then took the world by storm in the Catskills. Despite the fact that the Catskill-style dry flies are still widely used today, Catskill patterns are plagued by issues that fly tiers have been trying to overcome […]

Quill Gordon- by Allen Landheer

Quill Gordon- by Allen Landheer

The Quill Gordon is perhaps one of the most well know dry flies ever tied and fished. Thanks to Theodore Gordon whom brought this fly to light in the late 19th early 20th century. You can tye this fly on any standard dry fly hook in sizes 12 down to 18.

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