A Sulphur Emergence in March

Would that it were so. But for now, I’ll have to be content with two dozen of the Magic Fly (Pale Watery wingless wet) sizes 16 through 20, waiting in the wings. June still seems like a long way off. But you can never have too many sulphur emergers — especially the Magic Fly. If you’re new to this pattern, you can find the recipe and a tying video on this site. You’ll be glad you did.

I’ll drink to a warm June evening when the sulphurs are coming off in numbers and the trout are getting stupid.

Magic Flies

I also see we’re getting near the 300 followers mark. Of course, once we reach it we’ll do another fly giveaway.

Coming soon: another trout streamer. Think out-of-the-box.

8 comments on “A Sulphur Emergence in March

  1. Henry Hollis says:

    Hi, I would like 2 of those cork, as I have not found any wine bottles with them!!!!!
    Please email me !!

  2. John says:

    Steve – I’m short on soft hackle in the smaller sizes so I dumbed out and used what ever came close. Pale yellow dubbing over an orange thread and then some near enough ginger hackle. Have tied a number of Dave Hughes FSHNM recently. Paired with the Ginger and FS they should do the trick. See you on the river soon

  3. James R. Mancini says:

    Has the Salmon River TMA been stocked yet?

    Sent from my iPhone


  4. salvatore tartaglione says:

    Steve, Been following CS since our first conversation. Love it!!! Please stop by the Lodge, I’d enjoy meeting you in person, after all we are right on your favorite river. Sal-Legends on the Farmington

    Salvatore Tartaglione legendsbnb@hotmail.com

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