The Pink Cahill is a popular dry fly pattern used in fly fishing. It is a variation of the classic Cahill pattern, but with the addition of pink coloration to imitate the hue of a hatching insect or a female dun.
The fly is typically tied on a size 10-20 hook and has a body made of pink dubbing. It also features a white or cream-colored tail and wings made of either turkey or goose biots. The wings are tied flat, parallel to the surface of the water, to imitate the wings of a mayfly dun.
The Pink Cahill is a versatile fly that can be used in a variety of fishing situations, but it is particularly effective during mayfly or caddisfly hatches when insects are displaying pinkish hues.
It can be fished on the surface of the water or in the film, depending on the behavior of the fish.
Overall, the Pink Cahill is a great fly to have in your fly box, especially if you fish in areas with mayfly or caddisfly hatches where pinkish hues are present.
Usually available in the following hook sizes: 10 | 12 | 14 | 16 | 18 | 20
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