Tie It Yourself: Dyret Dry Fly

July 9, 2022
Tie It Yourself: Dyret Dry Fly

Davidson River Outfitters' Landon Lipke ties the Dyret. The Dyret is a Norwegian dry fly first tied by Gunnar Bingen as a caddis pattern in rough water. It floats high and can be tied in many different colors to mimic a variety of different insects, Here tied in a Yellow Sallie-inspired colorway.

Hook: Kona UDF #12-#18

Thread: Veevus 6/0 Red

Body: Any Dubbing of your choice, we like Superfine Dry Fly or Rene Harrop Professional

Hackle: Any color will do, go with a hackle that is one to one and half size smaller than your hook

Tail/wing: Elk or Deer Hair

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