About the Greenwell's Glory Wet Trout Fly
The Greenwell's Glory, originally tied and designed as a wet pattern in the 19th century, is the parent of the modern dry winged Greenweel's Glory.
This wet fly pattern is used to imitate a wide variety of aquatic insects, such as mayflies, caddisflies, and stoneflies. As a wet fly, it makes a versatile pattern, so it can be fished during different times of the day, and at various depths of the water column, as well as in different water types.
Creator of this trout fly: Canon William Greenwell
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams, Still Water
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