Six Pack



Similar to the Carey Special, the Six Pack is a popular variation commonly fished in stillwater lakes of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest.  The Six Pack is a fly that could be fished as a damsel or dragon nymph, caddis pupa, or simply as a attractor streamer fly.  Tied entirely of dyed yellow ringneck pheasant rump feathers, the Six Pack is a unique fly that has certainly earned its place in Northwest fly fishing history and is still catching plenty of fish today.