Type: Dry Flies
When fish are feeding on spinners it can make for some great fishing although it can also make for an extremely challenging time tracking one's fly. Most commercial spinner patterns sit really low in the water and are tough to track when there are dozens of other naturals on the water, or they just sink too quickly. My Spin Doctor sits right in the surface film, however the foam back on it keeps it floating and the little foam indicator helps even the oldest anglers keep track of which spot on the water is their fly. The brown drake was the first color of this fly to prove successful, so I immediately scaled it down to the rusty and trico spinner sizes, which also worked well for me last summer.