BSA Jojo's Riffle Riser
This pattern is Joe’s ode to Bob Quigley, the originator of the cripple pattern. During his early years of guiding, when he spent roughly 70 days a season on the Missouri, Joe was always playing around with different cripple flies. At night he would sit at Kuhnert’s house drinking bourbon and tying flies. When the PMD’s would hatch on the Missouri in Mid June the dry fly fishing was off the chain. Joe came up with this variation of the Quigley Cripple way back then and has used it with great success on the Missouri, Henry’s Fork, Madison, Yellowstone National Park, Malleo and the Alumine Rivers in Argentina.