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Parsons' Glory trout fly

Description

The Parsons' Glory trout fly is a great fly, mainly used for trolling or harling.

The yellow Parsons' Glory fishes best when the sun is up and especially if there's a ripple on the water. Try the red body version as the evening comes on. Sizes 4 - 10.

Parsons' Glory
Art of Fly Fishing Calendar, 1998
© Michael Scheele

Yellow Parsons' Glory
Art of Fly Fishing Calendar, 1998
© Michael Scheele

Use Try Parsons' Glory when smelt are running around the lakes edge or for trout chasing whitebait.
Type Wet fly
Origin The Parsons' Glory was originated by Phil Parsons who farmed along the Meeanee River near Napier.
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