From feeding hungry opportunistic rainbows in Alaska to working a set of riffles in Pulaski, New York for steelhead, the Choker Fly can handle any stream with spawning salmon. A flesh fly that’s decorated with eggs, this is a pattern that will fool those fish looking for easy meals of decaying salmon flesh and eggs. A great searching pattern anywhere fish are spawning, the Choker Fly is tied with to flow in the water like a drifting piece of flesh and makes a great choice anywhere you see post-spawn salmon laying in the water or along the stream banks.
The Choker is a great fly to swing through currents, tailouts, and riffles, but it can also be dead drifted underneath of a strike indicator in pools. A fly that stands out in muddy and discolored water, the Choker is a fly that will be seen whenever nymphs offer a presentation that’s just a little too dull.
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