Innovative Fly Tying with Carly Hall - "The Gobstopper"
For such a large fly, "The Gobstopper" hopper lands quietly and does little to spook fish. At the same time however, it can stir up a lot of noise when stripped across the water. On hot summer afternoons when fish are down and slow to act, try floating "The Gobstopper" under an overhanging branch or near a brushy shoreline. Sometimes a Gobstopper can entice a strike when nothing else seems to be working. Aside from its intended use as a terrestrial fly, "The Gobstopper" is very visible on the water and works great as an indicator for nymphing.
Wow....im really impressed. I just got the dang video to work on my mac. Im floored, she is gonna be a stud when she grows up, I can't wait till she starts outfishing all the men on the river, by the looks of it, that time is not far away. Great stuff.