Fly fishermen -- have you been wanting to try tying your own WD40 fly?
Fishermen are always searching for the next lure that will entice fish to strike. For fly fisherman, the WD40 fly has been a simple, effective bait.
The following video offers a simple, easy-to-follow guide to creating this relatively new fly.
The fly pattern mimics midge pupae and baetis nymphs. The pattern is believed to have debuted in southern Colorado and made popular on the San Juan River in New Mexico.
So, get out your fly-tying equipment and make your own WD40.