Umpqua Quigley Cripple Baetis, oldschool pattern for trout and greyling.
Umpqua Quigley Cripple Baetis, an old pattern from Bob Quigley that made it back in 1978, a very good dryfly for picky fish.
Umpqua Quigley Cripple Baetis is an imitation of a mayflynymph that hatches but didn't manage to fly away. Umpqua has modifyed the pattern somewhat with modern materials to suit the european flyfishing scene.
A very good dryfly for trout and greyling that can be used from spring to late summer in rivers.