When the wind starts to gust, it’s time work the water with a Clipped Head Hopper. A great representation of crickets, grasshoppers and stoneflies, the Clipped Head Hopper’s bulkier body sits low in the water which creates a very tempting target for trout and other fish that freak on hoppers and big bugs. This hopper pattern is also frequently fished as a hopper-dropper tandem rig. The beautifully crafted Clipped Head Hopper will produce anywhere, so grab a dozen or maybe two because you’re going want to throw them everywhere you fish. Color: Tan.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Matri Best dry fly
This is my most used dry fly on the river, on windy days with trees above the hole I'm fishing, it's a great fly to use, and it's always awesome to see a fish come take a fly on the surface. These are just amazing flies. I've even had Fallfish destroy these things right as they hit the water.
August 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by PaddyBoyFloyd Good Fly
Have fished this fly in a pond on a friend's land. I've got several large panfish as well as a couple of decent sized largemouth bass. Well tied fly that holds up to fish strikes.
May 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishkillerofaz AWSOME
if you live near a stream with trees over the water your in luck.The best way to use it is to let it go UNDER THE TREE AT THE BASE OF THE BANK.
January 11, 2010