The disputable king of shadow flies. When the situation calls for strong silhouette and contrast, you tie on a Sunray Shadow. And even when it doesn’t, many still do – and catch fish. An excellent example of how a salmon fly can be dead simple, but still amazingly effective. Although Sunrays are primarily fished near the surface, these weighted tubes can help you get just the needed inch or two deeper in fast currents to entice a strike.