One of the most underrated hatches out there is the sulphur hatch. Hordes of these cream-colored bugs can blanket streams across the country, bringing large fish to the surface and creating memorable dry fly action. Don’t overlook the emerger, however! Fish will happily slurp the sulphurs hanging innocently in the film while the adult versions scurry towards bushes on the bank.
Sulphur Foam Para Emerger
Foam parachute emergers with high visibility and a life-like profile.
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The Foam Para Emerger features a sturdy foam post and a life-like profile. It’s low-ride allows it to sit just within the surface film for when trout selectively taking emergers.
Blue-Winged Olive, Green Drake, Sulphur, Midge
8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22
This is your new go to fly for when you need to put your emerger right into the meniscus. The foam body gives it the right amount of buoyancy to sit just below the surface and not require floatant. Hang it off the back of a dry fly as your strike indicator. For when fish are feeding just below the surface but not taking dries.