A great fly style which exhibits the advances that fishing fly materials have had over otherwise traditional pattern styles. The basic form is that of a bumble but instead of hackles, the body has been stacked with bunches of dyed deer hair. Ideal for terrestrial time and later in the season when the fish are looking up for their food sources. These patterns can be greased to make them more buoyant or left as-is to fish in the higher reaches of the after column. Some Salmon and Sea Trout fishers swear by them because of their dense profile and in smaller sizes the perform more than adequately well for the Browns and Rainbows.