A classic dry fly for trout fishing Blue Dun. The pattern for this fly was first created over 300 years ago.
A composite image of a fishing pole float bobbing in a body of water
A trout fishing fly tied to resemble a caddis fly nymph.
Originally designed by Martyn Flynn from Worcestershire, England in the 1850s the Red Tag was used as a dry fly for grayling fishing. Its original name was the Worcestershire Gem and was also known as the Worcestershire Wonder.