It seems fewer and fewer anglers fish dries tied in the classic Catskill style. It's all about emergers. In counterpoint, the Hendrickson dry in the photo was tied by the late Elsie Darbee of Livingston Manor, New York, in the in 1970s. Flies made by her and husband Harry, along with those by Walt and Winnie Dette down the road (now all deceased), were at that time the pinnacle of the fly-tier's art. This particular fly is about as well made as you're ever going to see.