The King River Early Summer selection has been carefully selected and contains quality hand tied, durable and uniform flies in a complementary box.
Includes fifteen patterns in quantities of 2
- Antchovy #10
- TBG Copper John Black 2 #18
- TBB Pheasant Tail Flashback #18
- Pheasant Tail Weighted #16
- TBG Copper John Green #16
- CDC Caddis Emerger Olive #18
- Bubble Back Caddis Olive #16
- Rubicon Hopper #14
- Bushys Emerger Grey #14
- Bushys Emerger Grey #16
- Bushys Emerger Rust #14
- Bushys Emerger Rust #16
- Kossie Dun #12
- Royal Wulff #12
- Royal Stimulator #14
Just thinking did we knock off that 1/2 dozen red from the last trip?
The upper reaches of the King may be a bit high but the pools down the valley are just right.
Caddis, mayfly and stonefly are here in greater numbers than in Spring as the water has warmed up.
Caddis pupa are in large numbers and the evening rise is happening.
Pass me that red will you. My mind must be a little muddled I forgot the middle of the day. Pass me that red will you.
How do you spell terrestrials - think that's right.
Will you please pass me that red!
I know they spray the vines along the valley, and heres that word again, terrestrials: ants, beetles, hoppers cicadas all make their homes along the river. Lovely valley, lovely river have a glass of red for me.
- Best Practice Tip: Brown Brothers Patricia Cabernet Sauvignon.