Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Tying Grobert's Sulphur Emerger/Cripple

Hi folks:

Today I'm tying up some flies to use on my local creek for imitating the Sulphur Mayflies that are hatching in my area now.  Matt Grobert along with Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions happen to put up a new video on his web site and I loved the fly so much I thought I'd tie up a few... Here are some photo's of my tie and the link to Matt's video and material list, enjoy.

http://www.caddischronicles.com/2012/05/tying-groberts-sulphur-emergercripple.html

tied and photographed by Doug Korn

this is what the fish see...





Friday, May 11, 2012

Trip Report 11 May 2012


Hit the Creek for some early morning action.  
I caught the 8:30 am. Sulphur hatch and the browns a plenty!


Yeah - they were after these guys and I had some really nice dry fly fishing.








My buddies kill birds!

Jim on the left and Ben on the right both got nice gobblers with me at Cherry Creek, NY... It was 4 days of very wet hunting!


Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Fly tying - Hendrickson and Blue Quill CDC Emergers

Tying a few flies for next time on the Delaware.  Easy CDC emergers tied on some nice vintage Mustad Viking 9548A hooks.


Ephemerella subvaria – Hendricksons – #12 to #14 tied and photographed by Doug Korn

Hendrickson Emerger,  size #12
Thread: MFC light olive 6/0
Body Color - pink/olive dubbing
Wing Color - CDC medium Dun, length of hook
Legs - CDC butts
Shuck - needloft yarn amber 


Paraleptophlebia adoptiva (Blue Quill) – #16 to #18
Paralep is the scientific "nickname" for the genus Paraleptophlebia. ... The most popular common names for Paraleps are "blue quill" and "mahogany dun." ... tied and photographed by Doug Korn

Blue Quill Emerger, size #16
Thread - Danville dark brown 6/0
Body Color - thread over shuck material,  dark brown, sparse thread wraps.
Wing Color - CDC medium-dark Dun, length of hook
Legs - CDC butts 
Shuck - needloft yarn gray