Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Dry Fly for Grass Carp

One of the questions I get asked most often is what fly did that grassie eat?  So here's a short video of one that has always produced.  It's tied on a traditional nymph hook because dry fly hooks straighten too easily or you have to really tire out the fish first, which is just hard on them.  The tail will sink but the foam wings keep it on the surface.  Decided to make a YouTube video so you can see it tied.  It's best viewed from the YT channel and not blogger.  Hope it helps put a few carp in your hands.  Got several more that I'll be adding to my channel.


  1. "And here is Drew, putting us all to shame." Jealous.