Fly tying video: Little Yellow Sally CDC

The Little Yellow Sally imitates a prolific bug, the Little Yellow Stonefly. They hatch like blizzards on the McKenzie River and Willamette on Mid-summer evenings. These stoneflies freely emerge just like a mayfly and they have a skinny body. This is an excellent dry fly for fishing an evening hatch.

Little Yellow Sally CDC wing
Hook: TMC 200R size 16-18
Thread: 8/0 Uni light cahill
Egg sack: Red dubbing
Thorax: Yellow fine and dry dubbing
Wing: CDC dun, natural
Hackle: Ginger or cream

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