Adams Dry Fly
The Adams Dry Fly is a traditional dry primarily used for trout. It is considered a general imitation of an adult mayfly, flying caddis or midge. It was designed by Leonard Halladay from Mayfield, Michigan in 1922, at the request of his friend Charles Adams. The Adams has been considered one of the most popular, versatile, effective and best selling dry flies since it’s creation. You may also be interested in the Parachute Adams which is a variation of the Adams where the hackle is tied parachute style around a wind base of white calf hair. The Adams Spent Wing is also another common variation of the Adams. Comes in hook sizes 10-22 Find more dry flies here.