Flies will vary in how pronounced their reverse hackle will be but for the most part they retain the reverse hackle fly quality this is the photo of a reverse hackle fly when it is wet the hackle is back a bit but it still has body to it. The three flies described below are all reverse hackle renditions of flies the brits have developed to imitate olives they have interesting pedigrees and have all proven to fish well in the american west. Akiyamago hayashi kebari reverse hackle black silk c13 u hook this simple tenkara design uses only black silk thread peacock herl and a single reverse tied black hackle in its construction tied on a gamakatsu c13u up eye keel style dry fly hook. Hans weilenmann ties a simple mayfly pattern that can easily be adapted to meet and local hatch in color and size the reverse method of tying the hackle for a fly dry or wet allows for a very clean head and ensures yout hakle is clean by the eye
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