Greenie Weenie Season

Greenie weenie season is in full swing now. While the bright chartreuse fly is mainly imitating the green inchworms that hang from trees it can also imitate other caterpillars and occasionally caddis larvae.

The fly has been a staple in fly fishing for many years, it looks very similar to the ever so popular mop fly.

Do you like the greenie weenie or hate it? Do you prefer a mop fly or the greenie weenie?

Article and photos from Eric Harvey, give him a follow at @vatroutjunkie.

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