Royal Wulff Fly
Royal Wulff Fly pattern is a popular artificial fly used for dry fly fishing. As a derivative of the Royal Coachman is considered an attractor pattern and a descendant of both the Royal Coachman fly and the Wulff style of hair wings name after Lee Wulff.
The Wulff flies, especially the Royal Wulff, are still a staple in angler’s fly boxes around the world. The Royal Wulff is one of the most popular dry patterns over the last half century.
The distinguishing features of Royal Coachman derivatives like the Royal Wulff fly are the peacock herl body partitioned with red silk or floss, a white wing and brown or red-brown hackle. The Royal Wulff is a dry fly and the wing is typically tied with white bucktail or calf tail. Tailing on the Royal Wulff is typically white or brown bucktail. Normally available in hook sizes 8 through 20.
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