About the Delaware Adams Trout Fly
The Delaware Adams was designed for use when fishing the Delaware River below Hancock, NY.
Creator of this trout fly: Walt Dette
Tier of this trout fly: Allan Podell
Country of origin for this trout fly: America - Catskills
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
- Hook : 10-16.
- Thread : White.
- Tail : Grizzle hackle fibres
- Body : Medium olive wool or fur (poly yarn).
- Rib : Grizzle hackle fibres. One size shorter than for hook size used.
- Wing : Matching pair of grizzle hen hackle tips.
- Hackle : Grizzle and brown mixed.
a). Tie in ribbed hackle behind wing. Wind body from behind wing to the rear. Lock in hackle and wind thread forward to reinforce palmered quill.
b). Tie in length of thread at tail. Wind body from tail to wing. Tie in ribbing hackle behind wing and palmer it back to tail. With the thread, lock in hackle and wind thread forward to reinforce palmered quill. Tie off with main thread and complete tying the fly
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