Fishing some S-Rivers this year, I'm going to actually fish for Bulls instead of just considering them a pleasant by-catch. Coach Duff used to say that all you needed was a couple pieces of marabou on a hook for Bulls and that's probably true... ...however, it'd be more fun to tangle with a nice Bull on a cool fly. Looking through my books for inspiration, I remembered the Knudsen's White Streamer which was so obviously a great fly for Bulls that I can't believe I haven't thought of it sooner. Actually, I think Knudsen probably deserves more credit than he seems to get these days. He should be considered right up there with Glasso, Johnson, etc. especially for those of us who fish for sea-run cutthroats too. So here's a variant of the Knudsen's White Streamer ties in my 'basic fly' template similar to other's I've posted lately. I tried this on the Skykomish today and while there were no fish, the fly looked awesome in the water. About an hour north of here, I'm pretty sure it'll get some action. Bonus shot of my new Wheatly box.