New Fly Release McCoy’s All Day Spinner

McCoy's All Day Spinner
McCoy’s All Day Spinner

McCoy’s All Day Spinner – Isonychia

I am excited to announce a new fly pattern to be released by Montana Fly Company in 2021! The McCoy’s All Day Isonychia Spinner is very durable, has a very realistic profile, can be fished all day, and is a must have pattern for our Northern Michigan streams. This fly will be available in two sizes, #10 and #12, and will complete the Isonychia lineup in a series of foam based dry flies that I released through MFC in 2019.

The All Day Isonychia Spinner is a great searching pattern and is one of my go to favorites to target rising trout during an Isonychia Spinner fall. Make sure to check with your local fly shops for availability and I expect we will have a limited quantity available here online at Mangled Fly.

Shop Local

In these recent times it’s very important to shop local and support our local Fly Shops. This fly should be available heading into late spring and should be a fan favorite as we approach the 2021 Drake Hatch season. As with anything new it can sometimes be hard to predict demand so make sure to stock up before the supply becomes limited. If you are having difficulty finding the McCoy’s All Day Isonychia Spinner pattern, or any of my other fly patterns locally, please drop us a line and we will do our best to help you get these dry flies in your fly box for the upcoming season.

Also, if your into tying your own Drake patterns, please check out our YouTube channel as we have posted a 4 part series showcasing how Ed goes about tying his All Day and Boondoggle Brown Drake patterns.  I would go explore the how to’s of this foam series of dry flies and while you are there, hit the like button, and subscribe to the channel so you can keep up to date on new content we will be adding this winter.  Please feel free to add comments and send us suggestions regarding things you would like to see on our channel so we can learn further thru this process on how to bring more and better content to our viewership.

More Flies

Look for several more fly releases with MFC in the near future as I have recently submitted some of my go to Night Flies and I have been expanding upon some old favorites for future release. Good luck with all of your angling pursuits and tight lines throughout the upcoming 2021 fishing season!!

Ed McCoy

2 replies
  1. Jerome
    Jerome says:

    Does Ed know how to tie a whopper plopper? His patterns fish well for me. Size and color good for evening bassin.

    • Jon Ray
      Jon Ray says:

      No Jerome, Ed doesn’t have a Whopper Plopper yet, but I’ll bring it to his attention and see what he can develop. As for evening Bass fishing have you tried his Midnight Creeper pattern yet? Or the Mrs Pacman pattern that we showed in the Smallmouth DVD?

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