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This pattern is another of those you should not be without. Caddis are a staple FOOD for trout and are available many months per year. This can be fished many different ways to elicit a strike. Dead drifted is most common, but...
One of the most well-known dry fly patterns designed to be imitate a variety of adult mayflies. The grizzly split wing and gray body work well when fooling fish in lower light. If fish are keyed in on Mayfly adults,...
Please note that these flies can only be shipped to U.S. addresses A variation of the Adams, this version uses a spun deer body that adds buoyancy. If the fish are keyed in on Mayfly adults in choppy water, give this...
This classic "fan-wing" style dry gives the impression of mayfly dries, but it's peacock and red floss body serve more as a general attractor than a specific hatch.
Whether you're fishing backcountry lakes, or your local farm pond, it's always a good idea to have some of these classic flies with you. Fished dry or allowed to sink, trout will know what to do next.
A hard to beat classic that is often the first streamer that anglers reach for. It catches all kinds of fish and represents many swimming things. Stock up on all the colors!
Please note that these flies can only be shipped to U.S. addresses A classic dubbed, two-tone body soft hackle with a partridge feather collar that gives fabulous movement and a buggy look in the water. It can be fished alone or...
A hard to beat classic that is often the first streamer that anglers reach for. It catches all kinds of fish and represents many swimming things.
Tied in the style of the Royal Wulff, but in green drake colors. This high riding, bushy dry fly will float well.
Same as the Woolly Bugger but with a beadhead for added weight. A Woolly Bugger is hard to beat classic that is often the first streamer that anglers reach for. It catches all kinds of fish and represents many swimming...
This pattern is the same as the Humpy, but rather than a split wing out of Elk hair, it uses white calf tail for better angler visibility.
A variation of the Adams, but rather than the split feather wing, this one uses a post of white calf tail. This fly is the fly you want plenty of in your boxes. Use this anywhere Mayfly adults are being...
This is a beautiful dry for a fun spring hatch, the March Brown mayfly. The split feather wings and ample rooster hackles float this pattern well. The segmented body adds to the realism.
An excellent pattern that imitates Pale Morning and Pale Evening Dun mayflies.
Please note that these flies can only be shipped to U.S. addresses By adding a tuft of CDC to the Griffith's Gnat, it makes the fly a little easier for the angler to see it. When flies are this small, you...
If an ant was exposed to unsafe levels of radiation, it may end up looking like this foam creation! This is an incredibly effective fly on rives around the world. It has a two colored foam body, rubber legs and...
This ant pattern uses dubbing to form the body segments, and a parachute style post for ease of seeing on the water. If you aren't sure which color ants their eating, try using the two-tone version.
A classic well known and loved dry attractor pattern. The combo of Peacock and Red floss seems to have magical fish attracting powers. The white, calf tail split wing makes it easy for anglers to see.
Despite it's name it does not look like a giant spider, however as trout flies go, it's a big hairy meal. This is a great fly when searching for bank feeders while floating down the river.
This fly is a stunning beauty and a pleasure to fish. The design captures the slender body and segmentation of a natural dun, and the wing is angled back to better imitate the real insects. Although this fly is meant...
Same as the Woolly Bugger but with a beadhead for added weight. A Woolly bugger is a hard to beat classic that is often the first streamer that anglers reach for. It catches all kinds of fish and represents many...