When nothing is hatching or the fish want something a little different, try this variation on this 32 year-old attractor pattern.
Being a history buff, I enjoy tying flies that have a story to tell. In the mid 1900's in northern Michigan, primarily around the Grayling area, Ernie Borchers was a well known guide on the Au Sable River. He created the Borcher's Drake mayfly, which, not unlike the Adams, is a great all-around imitator. With … Continue reading Borcher’s Drake Parachute