Parachute Adams - Clean and Easy

Simplify a GREAT Pattern



Kind of like when you are watching Monday Night Football and the left guard is from Ohio State and he says "THE Ohio State University..."  Yeah, who cares.  BUT, when you are talking about parachute flies, you should always say "THE Parachute Adams."  Morphed from one of the most popular patterns in fly fishing history - the Adams, the Parachute Adams is kind of a more modern approach to fishing a dry fly because it gets rid of the hackle tipped wings that are somewhat unruly and harder and harder to find.  The white post (or any color that you can see well) also boosts the angler's confidence in being able to see the fly while fishing.  As you will see in the video, we swapped out the traditional tail for Coq de Leon fibers, and we show you how to achieve both brown and grizzly hackle out of one single hackle feather.  Check out the video to see how it all comes together!



Before you look at the material list for this fly, make sure to get some good grizzly hackle.  We have plenty of it HERE.

Material List
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Hook: TMC Tiemco 102Y Dry Hook - 13
Thread: UTC Ultrathread 70 Denier - Blue Dun
Tail: Whiting Coq De Leon Tailing Packs - Medium Pardo
Body: Super Fine Dry Fly Dubbing - Adam's Gray
Post: EP Trigger Point Int'l Fibers - White
Tail Alternate: Whiting Coq De Leon Tailing Packs - Dark Pardo
Tail Alternate: Whiting Coq De Leon Tailing Packs - Grizzly Pardo
Body Alternate: TroutHunter Dry Fly Dubbing - Adam's Gray
Body Alternate: Nature's Spirit Beaver Dubbing - Muskrat Gray


Other tools from the tutorial:

Fly Tyer's Z-Ment