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Hot spot sexy waltz

Sexy Walt’s Worm

The original Walt’s Worm was named after and created by Walt Young, who fished it on Spring Creek in Central Pennsylvania. The Sexy Walt’s variation adds a hot spot, and sometimes a second color of dubbing behind the hot spot. This pattern was tied by Raymond Collette, aka @theokayfisherman on Instagram and YouTube. Check out […]

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Yellow Sally dry fly pattern

Yellow Sally

The Yellow Sally is tied to imitate the adult stage of the stonefly insect known as the Isoperla, however I’ve found that it also works as an effective attractor pattern, even when the Isoperla is nowhere in sight.

This is the version I most commonly tie, though there are many variations that work just as well. One thing that I’ve found key is to make sure that the body is dubbed very sparsely so that the red thread comes through when the fly is wet.

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