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Hatcher's Sulfur
HOOK:
THREAD:
BODY:
TAIL:
WINGS:
HACKLE:
Tiemco 100 Sz.16-18
8/0 Pale Yellow
Thread
Light Dun Snowshoe rabbit
White deer belly hair
Light Dun or Ginger
Sulphur hatches are very prevalent in the AuSable watershed. They are fun to fish, as the color of the fly lends itself to being very visible.

Step By Step:
Start thread and wrap a thread base. Return the thread to about the middle of the shank
Cut off a small amount of rabbit’s feet fur and tie it in as shown. You want this to be a small clump, and evenly secured to the hook as this will be the bulk of the body.
Next, stack a clump of white deer belly hair for the parachute post. Make neat wraps with the thread to even out the body.
Prepare the parachute hackle and make a few wraps before securing and trimming the excess.

Additional Tips/Photos:
  • You can use dubbing to make the body as well.
  • The tail is reminiscent of an emergent shuck, making this a versatile fly.
  • This is a pattern that I saw at Gate’s AuSable Lodge and has produced very well.
Tied by: Chris Hatcher.


Sneaky Pete




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