The Renegade is a popular fly pattern that is known for its attractor qualities. It’s versatile and can be used in a variety of conditions and imitates a variety of insects.
The Renegade is tied with a peacock herl body, gold wire ribbing, a black floss head, and white wings. The peacock herl body gives the fly a well-defined profile, the gold wire ribbing adds flash, the black floss head attracts fish, and the white wings imitate the wings of a mayfly.
The Renegade can be fished in a variety of water conditions. The fly can be fished dead drift or with a slight retrieve, and it can be used as a single fly or as part of a nymph rig.
Here are some tips for fishing the Renegade:
• Fish the Renegade in areas where you would find small aquatic insects.
• Use a light tippet, as the Renegade is a small fly.
• Present the Renegade gently, as trout can be easily spooked.
• Dead drift the Renegade, or fish it with a slight retrieve.
• Be patient, as trout may take a few minutes to decide to eat the Renegade.
The Renegade is a versatile fly that can be used in a variety of conditions. It is a great fly to add to your fly box if you are looking for a fly that will imitate small aquatic insects and catch trout.
The Renegade is a great fly to have in your fly box, especially if you are looking for a fly that will catch fish in a variety of conditions.
Sizes: # 10 - # 20