Quill Gordon Polyfluff Emerger
This emerging version of the Quill Gordon has a training nymphal shuck imitating its final metamorphosis to the dun stage.
The Heptageniinae family, or flatheaded mayflies, have produced nearly 50 patterns that are used as fly fishing imitations. The most productive of these patterns are in the nymphal and emergant stages. This fly will give you the edge you may need when fishing the Quill Gordon hatches.
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Order: Ephemeroptera Family: Heptageniidae Genus: Epeorus Species: Ephemeroptera
One of the first large mayflies of the season. This is a classic pattern that should be in every fly fisher's flybox. Quill Gordon Wet Fly
The Wet Fly version of Theodore Gordon's classic pattern. Little Blue Quill PolyFluff Emerger