Description:Baetis hatches, both Spring and Fall, provide the fly fisherman some of the most exhilarating fishing of the year. Although there are times during such hatches when even the novice can get a fair share of action, Blue Winged Olive hatches are typically so
Description:This Pulsating Caddis, Tan pattern was developed by Jim Pettis, a guide on the lower Sacramento River, in 1993. The fly can be used in both streams and stillwaters. The term ‘pulsating’ comes from the combination of the beads and the dubbing material whic
Description:The Tan Bead Head Caddis Poopah is also known as the Super Pupa. This fly uses unique materials and an extended profile to imitate the pupal stage of caddis development as well or better than any other fly available. Anglers who have never tried caddis pu
Description:Fishermen on tricky tailwaters and spring creeks perfected the thorax style mayfly imitation. The Thorax Mohogany Dun is designed to provide buoyancy and balance on the water especially in the smaller hook sizes. Trout seem to prefer the more even and rea
Description:This fly is more attractive to trout because the hook is hidden by the larger fly body. The Wulff Green Drake is designed to provide buoyancy and balance on the water. Trout often seem to prefer the more even and realistic ride provided by the clipped hac
Description:Fishing Pale Morning Duns is a rite of summer. Many fly fishermen arrange their schedules around this prolific hatch. The Pale Morning Dun Humpback Emerger imitates the important transitional stage between Emerger and Dun. The PMD Humpback Emerger, design
Description:The Bead Head Rock Roller is a perfect match for a Caddis larva cased in a gravel shell. The body of spun rubber legs mixed with flash has been trimmed to match the exact taper of the Caddis case. Trout, Whitefish, Grayling and most cold water fish find t
Description:The weight of a conehead opens up options for the classic marabou pattern. Weather you need to get the fly deeper, add a lifelike swimming action or use floating fly lines, the Conehead Volcano Marabou Fly will help you catch more fish. The color combinat
Description:The weight of a conehead opens up options for the classic marabou pattern. Whether you need to get the fly deeper, add a lifelike swimming action or use floating fly lines, the Conehead Manhattan Beach Marabou Fly will help you catch more fish. The color
Description:The Clown Egg Fly is a great roe pattern for waters that have spawning fish. This newer color has quickly become one of the most effective all around egg patterns. There is no condition where at least one of the colors will not stand out and this will hel
Description:The Wooly Bugger is perhaps the most versatile fly in fly fishing. The Wooly Bugger, Cone Head, Rubber Legs, Black can imitate or at least suggest any number of trout foods. Every angler should dedicate one or multiple fly boxes to the several colors and
Description:The Purple Hotshot Leech Fly takes everthing that is good about the Bunny and Egg Sucking Leeches and adds weighted eyes to get it down to where fish hold in deeper pools or swift currents.
Description:The Wooly Bugger is perhaps the most versatile fly in fly fishing. It can imitate or at least suggest any number of trout foods. Every angler should dedicate one or multiple fly boxes to the several colors and variations of this fly. The unweighted versio
Description:Originally designed as a pattern for Salmon and Steelhead because of its hot bright color the Bubble Gum Hareball Leech has now become a fly for large trout as well. It’s well know that many times a brightly colored fly will draw a fishes attention and th
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