Golden Adams Dry Fly by Victoria Freding

A peaceful, calm evening in May.  You spot a trout who feeds on the small insects by the lakeside. But what kind of insects?  In situations like this I often try one of my favorite flies – Golden Adams. A slightly “glorified” version of the original pattern Adams Grey.   Gently cast out the fly on the water surface, stay still, and wait for the fish. What I think is good about this pattern is that it can imitate a variety of insects. Which can be super helpful when you’re not sure what kind of insects that is on the trout-menu for today.