Every so often we run across a fly that fills several roles in one. Such is the case with the fly I give to you today. This is a really great pattern which was designed as a dry fly but is also fished wet as a streamer pattern. As you can imagine from this traditional body style it's also a great attractor pattern. This fly is extremely popular in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. To the best of my knowledge, it's the only famous fly pattern to ever be developed in the Upper Peninsula.