Adams Hot

Adams

Fly Materials

Wing Grizzly hackle tips.
Tail Mixed brown and grizzly hackle fibers.
Body Gray dubbing (this one is dark).
Hackle Mixed brown and grizzly hackle.

Tying Instructions

Instructions

Note
Although actually created in the early 1920's by Leonard Halladay
of Michigan, the Adams was
named after Charles Adams, an angler from Ohio, who gave the fly a reputation.  



 



This is one of
the most popular flies in the United States and a favorite imitation of several mayfly hatches.  I
doubt you will find many anglers without one in their fly box.

Gray dubbing (this one is dark).

 
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