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Conserving, protecting and restoring North America’s cold water fisheries and their watersheds

Fly of the Month

February 2015





The Cream Haze is another member of the Haze series. As with the Rusty Haze, the Cream Haze is tied to represent the many light cream colored flies found in our area. This pattern tied in the larger sizes #10 and #12 can represent Potamanthus and Gray foxes, and in sizes #14 - #20 to represent the many smaller light colored flies like the Cahills and Sulfurs.

Hook - Dry fly #10 - #20
Thread - Lt Cahill 8/0
Tail - Lt elk or deer hair
Body - Lt Cahill dubbing (or orange sulfur dubbing for sulfur flies)
Rib - Yellow Krystal Flash
Post - White calf hair
Hackle - Lt Ginger and Lt Grizzly mixed tied parachute style


John Lazar


Fly tied by John Lazar

Cream Haze

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