White Wulff – Best Fly Fishing Flies

The White Wulff is an adaptation from Lee Wulff’s famous pattern, the Royal Wulff. This dry fly differs by being completely white, with some tan, black or brown hackle being used in the wing. The White Wulff is one of those dry flies that can catch fish anywhere, at any time and at any location. It is a superb fly to use during midge and mayfly hatches as it often matches the hatch of the pale insects really well.


Type Of Fly?

  • Dry Fly
  • Attractor
  • Match The Hatch

When To Use?

  • All Year

Where To Use?

  • Rivers
  • Streams
  • Dams
  • Lakes
  • Estuaries

Colour Variations?

  • Natural (White)

The White Wulff is best used to target Trout during hatches of small white insects. these hatches often happen during a Spring or Summer evening or late afternoon. The same sort of hatches happen on the large river systems, such as the Vaal and the Orange, and the White Wulff can be drifted in the currents here to catch Yellowfish and Mudfish. In Estuary systems along the South African coast it can also be used to sight cast at Mullet, and the Mullet take this fly quite regularly. Moonies and Stumpnose, Cape Stumpnose in particular, also are quite fond of this fly.

Species That Can Be Caught On This Fly?

The Best Flies To Use

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