Hares Ear Nymph, Bead Head, Olive
The Olive Bead Head Hare's Ear is one of the vital classic nymph patterns for most trout waters. Hares ear dubbing gives this fly a buggy look that is irresistable to fish feeding on drifting nymphs. Use this pattern where more robust shaped mayflies are present or simply rely on the attractive properties of this proven fish catcher.
Rusty Spinner, Hen Wing
Many of us have been baffled by rising trout that seem to ignore every pattern in the fly box. Often these selective fish are keying on spent mayflies. Trout rising to spinners often seem to sip them gently from the surface sometimes with a slight pop as they break through the surface tension from below.
Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, White
The Wooly Bugger is perhaps the most versatile fly in fly fishing. The Bead Head, White 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 version is especially useful in stillwater situations where sinking lines are used and the bead head varieties can be used where a weighted fly is called for.
Callibaetis, Dun, Thorax
The Thorax Callibaetis Dun is designed to provide a realistic shape and consistent balance even on rippled water. Cruising trout that see a lot of different flies seem to prefer the more realistic ride provided by the clipped bottom hackle and the natural shaped wing.
Spawning Shrimp Beadchain Eye
A very lifelike spawning shrimp pattern for the flats. With the long extended legs, this bonefish fly has exceptional realism. Heavy dumbbell eyes get the pattern down, but don't create a big disturbance when it hits the water. This fly is excellent for shallow flats where fish are spooky.
Catch's Copper K Copper TB
If you want to catch fishthen you better have a pile of Catch's Copper K Copper TB with you. Catch's Copper K series take the traditional Copper John to a whole other level. Realistic, life-like....this fly simply catches fish. This baby is a smooth as a 24 year old scotch. This nymph rig means catching huge fish. We all know the big boys live down deep, where our beadheads in custom colors are going to find them and hook up.
Stonefly Nymph, Rubber Legs, Black
When big and buggy is what you're after this popular Black Rubber Leg Stonefly Nymph Fly fits the profile. Big fish often inhale stonefly nymphs until they simply can't eat any more. Going with something big and visible with lifelike wriggling legs can often entice that big trout to try to fit just one more in his belly.
Caddis Pupa, Electric, Olive
This simple Electric Olive Caddis Pupa is effective and durable. It is useful in streams where caddis are abundant and catches fish even when caddis aren't hatching. This is also a great searching pattern to use for the slower times of day.
Parachute Hares Ear
Now the famous Hares Ear is a dry fly! The Parachute Hares Ear is a can't miss combination of the famous Hares Ear Nymph and Parachute Adams fly. This combination creates a substantial bug that floats well and attracts a lot of attention from hungry fish. This pattern is quickly becoming a favorite amongst fly fishing guides and many other avid anglers.
Sculpin, Conehead, Brown (Tan)
The Conehead Tan Sculpin mixes the realistic muddler shape with the strike inducing action of a rabbit strip tail. Multiple colors for all water and light conditions also make this a must have for every angler's fly box.
Sculpin, Woolhead, Black
The Black Woolhead Sculpin mixes the realistic muddler shape with the strike inducing action of a rabbit strip tail. Multiple colors for all water and light conditions also make this a must have for every angler's fly box.
Here it is! The practically screaming Yellow Pearl Zonker kinda likes all the attention. The combination of a flashy pearl mylar body and strike-inducing yellow bunny fur is enough to grab any fish's attention. The Yellow Pearl Zonker is great for fishing to pre-spawn trout in the early Spring and early Fall. This pattern also works for many warm-water fish species including bass and pike.
Adams, Para Wulff
No one can argue the success of the famous Parachute Adams but this fly is an upgraded version of the popular pattern. By adding split Wulff style wings this fly is even more visible on the water. The split tail gives the fly a more realistic profile and the flashy mylar rib adds a lifelike segmenting that fish can't pass up. The Parawulff Adams is often used as a Mayfly but is one of the top producing attractor flies sold. This pattern will catch fish anywhere in the world and is a must have dry fly. Every angler should always have stock of a variety of sizes of this versatile fly pattern.
Elk Hair Caddis, Black
Buoyant, visible, and fishy, the Black Elk Hair Caddis is one of those fishing flies every angler should have in a variety of sizes and colors. Some fly fishing guides and serious fly fishermen dedicate entire dry fly boxes to this one pattern. This is possibly the best caddis fly pattern for grayling and trout fishing around the world.
Prince Nymph, Rubber Legs
The Rubber Legged Prince Nymph is a proven classic fly that will continue to be an effective fish catcher in most trout waters around the globe. The flashy peacock herl body entices strikes and the split tail and wing give the impression of a stonefly, backswimmer, or dark mayfly nymph. This fly may not imitate any particular trout food but it just looks like something tasty. It pays to carry several different sizes and varieties in the fly box at all times.
Bunny Leech, Black, Cone Head, Salmon Hook
A large profile leech pattern, this Black Cone Head Salmon Hook Bunny Leech will get attention from a distance. Both cross cut and Zonker style rabbit strips give the bunny leach fly a lifelike pulsating action proven to stimulate strikes from trout, salmon, bass, and a variety of other species.
Catch's Caped Avenger, Psuedo
CATCH Fly Fishing's Eric Beebe brings his skill to the vise again bringing innovation and craftsmanship to the fly fishing industry. Catch's Caped Avenger, Psuedo is a great all around attractor nymph, mimicking a variety of insects in the water from Mayflies to Caddis, emerging or otherwise.
Ant, Foam, Hi Vis, Black
A high floater and visible fly, this Black Hi Vis Foam Ant is fisherman and fish friendly. Selective trout and panfish enjoy the realistic segmentation and slightly exaggerated legs of this pattern.
Ghost Midge, Bead Head, Black
Midge fishing requires concentration, stealth and a good selection of fly patterns. The Black Bead Head Ghost Midge is one variation of the Ghost Midge theme which have proven themselves in tailwater and tough clear spring creek like waters. If you're serious about midging the Black Bead Head Ghost Midge should be in your fly collection.
Glass Minnow, White
This durable and effective Glass Minnow fly imitates the translucent look of many baitfish species for a more subtle presentation. It is effective on most predatory saltwater species that are after minnows.
Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, Brown
The addition of brown krystal flash to the popular wooly bugger has made this Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, Brown fly come alive both in the depths of your favorite trout lake and in your local trout stream. It may be stripped on a sinking line in still water or swung across current in river situations. This fly has quickly become a must have in any fly fishers box.
Half & Half, Chartreuse/White
The Chartreuse White Half & Half is a combination of two famous saltwater patterns. It has the realistic body of the Deceiver and the lead eyes provide a lifelike swimming action like a Clouser minnow. These features together have made the Half & Half one of the best big fish patterns around.
Marabou, Yellow-Orange, Conehead
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 Yellow/Orange Marabou Fly will help you catch more fish. The color combination of this patterns is very effective for Salmon, Steelhead, Pike, Musky, and Trout anglers are finding great success with this pattern using traditional streamer techniques.
Krystal Flash Bugger, Black-Pearl
The addition of black and pearl krystal chenile and flash to the popular Wooly Bugger makes this fly come alive. No matter how you fish the Black-Pearl Krystal Bugger, it is one of the most effective fly patterns there ever will be. Due to the versatility and its ability to catch any fish that swims it is a must have fly pattern.
This Red Quill is an excellent fly pattern for eastern Hendrickson hatches and for the western mayfly hatches of the rithrogena and the cinygmula mayflies. Developed in the 1940's by Art Flick this pattern has been around a long time.
The Yellow Sally Fly can be the forgotten stonefly but they are actually quite important food in most trout streams. Some Yellow Sally's even hatch in mid stream currents so pay close attention to where the fish seem to be taking them. This hatch matching dry fly is effective wherever the smaller stones are found.
General Practitioner, Orange
Available in several different colors, the Orange General Practitioner is simply a classic. It has a unique profile that has proven effective on sea run fish on both coasts and around the world.
Bead Head Norfolk Special, Black
Originally developed for a popular Wyoming river, The Black Bead Head Norfolk Special has become a go-to stonefly pattern on trout streams across the country. With it's realistic look, this nymph simply puts fish in the net
This dark profile Max Canyon Fly pattern with a bright tag and tail is a useful steelhead and salmon pattern for low light situations or rivers that may be a bit murky.
This parachute dry fly is both visible for the fly fisher and very realistic to gulping trout. The Parachute Callibaetis lands upright and provides a visual focal point and is also visible in rippled or wavy water when other lake flies seem to disappear.
Matuka, Rabbit, White
Matuka style streamers have been around for a while but continue to produce excellent results. A realistic profile gives this White Matuka Rabbit Fly the silhouette and impression of a fleeing minnow and the rabbit strip adds tons of fish catching movement.
Serendipity, Bead Head, Orange
Developed around the classic trout waters of Yellowstone, Orange Bead Head Serendipity Fly has become a favorite especially of pocket water fishermen on the famous Madison River. The array of colors and sizes allows this fly to be used for caddis and midges or simply as a searching pattern. Trout in all types of water, even in large stillwater environments, seem to love the segmented buggy look of the Serendipity.