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The parachute style of tying dry flies first seems to have come about in the 1930's when a Detroit angler visited Scotland and asked Martin's in Glasgow to tie a fly to his specification, a lady called Helen Todd tied the first British parachute. It is best fished upstream on a dead drift. Best in Spring and Summer on Streams and Rivers.
A really good variation of the Adams dry fly which is now preferred by many anglers to the traditional Adams and fast becoming a modern classic. The fly can be fished static or on a varied retrieve via a floating line. It is such a tempting morsel sitting in the surface film; which makes it often the best searching pattern when no surface activity is...
This parachute style of Caddis may seem a little unusual but I have had some really great evenings fishing with this little gem, it has a hackle tied in the horizontal plane round an upright wing post, which makes it very different from your usual caddis.