Royal Wulff

June 2010

                                  Fly Pattern: Royal Wulff
    Tyer's Name: Ken Campbell			
    Date: Aug, 2010		

    Fly Originator and History: Originated in the 1930's by Lee Wulff. 

                                       How the Fly is Fished
    Suggested line and leader: Floating line, tapered leader,  4X or 5X tippet.   
    Depth range: On the surface.
    Suggested retrieve: Very slow or none.

                                       Fly Material
    Hook size/make/length: #10 - #22  Tiemco 200 (or equivalent), 3XL Nymph.
    Thread: size / color / type:  Single strand red floss.
    Weighted? y/n: No.
    Body material / color: Red floss and peacock herl.
    Tail material / size / color: Calf tail, white.
    Wing size / color: White ParaPost.
    Head size / color:  Small, red floss.
    Hackle size / color:  Dry fly hackle in natural grizzly, and brown grizzly
                                       Tying Instructions
    1. Lay down a base with red floss from the eye to the bend. At the bend, form 
    a small "bump".

    2. Tail. The tail should be about the length of the hook's shank. Tie in a 
    small amount of calf's tail from the eye to the bump. 

    3. Wing. When tying in the wing, allow some space behind the eye for the hackle. 
    Tie the ParaPost perpendicular to the shank. Use 'figure-8' wraps to secure it. 
    Then, prop up the wing using two or three wraps around its base.

    4. Hackle. Both hackle feathers are tied in just behind the eye with the feathers 
    extending in front of the eye. 

    5. Head. Form a small head.

    6. Wrap both hackles towards the bend, two or three wraps in front of the wing, 
    and three wraps behind the wing (to the middle of the shank). Tie off the hackle. 

    7. Body. Tie in two strands of peacock herl mid-way between the hackle and the 
    bend. Wrap the herl to the bend, then to the hackle, and then back to the 
    starting point. Create a band of red floss centered in the herl (see photo), 
    and whip finish.

    8. Trim the wing to the same height as the hackle.

        Rick Shadforth, 06/14/10