The White-Winged Akroyd

The Akroyd is no doubt the most widely tied and well known of all the great Dee fly patterns. Charles H. Akroyd developed his signature dressing along the banks of Scotland's River Dee in the 1870s. He dubbed it the "Poor Man's Jock Scott" due to the similar bodies on both flies without all of the ...

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