"I wanted a fly with a little jigging action that wouldn't sink too fast," Strolis says. "But I also wanted it to be easy to cast." The result is the triple-jointed Hog Snare, tied with Arctic fox hair stacked in increasingly thicker bunches that help give the fly a full 3-D look from any angle. The Hog Snare isn't overly flashy, but the triple joint, matched with a smattering of rubber legs, give it incredible movement. "The first time I took this fly to the river, it was completely blown out," Strolis says. "I couldn't even wade so I just kind of spey cast the fly from the bank, and on the second cast I caught a 23 ½-inch brown. I can't even tell you how many 2-foot-plus trout it's caught since."