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Crab, Turneffe, Tan

Crab, Turneffe, Tan

An attractive and effective crab pattern, this fly is great for permit and useful for bonefish in certain situations.


$2.65
Copper John, Wired BH, Black Green

Copper John, Wired BH, Black Green

A popular and effective attrractor nymph pattern, the Black Green Wired Bead Head Copper John has taken the fly fishing world by storm. This fly sinks quickly and can be used as a deep nymph or a dropper - fish seem unable to resist the combination of color, flash, and realistic shape. It is best fished where stoneflies and mayflies are found but will work in nearly any situation including Steelhead nymphing and even on lakes.


$1.50
V-Worm, Olive

V-Worm, Olive

Wherever you might fish a plastic worm with conventional tackle you can effectively fly fish this wriggling, enticing Olive V-Worm Bass Fly. The Olive V-Worm can be fished deep or shallow and fast or slow but is especially effective when worked slowly around cover. Be especially alert to subtle takes on the fall with this fishy fly.


$2.95
Dredger, Lead Eye, Black/Chartreuse

Dredger, Lead Eye, Black/Chartreuse

The two-tone Black/Chartreuse Dredger fly is a versatile all around streamer and is extremely effective for Salmon and Steelhead. The vivid contrasting colors will trigger strikes and make this a top producing fly in any water condition. The lead eyes keep the hook riding up and will let this fly drag along the bottom and over rocks. Steelhead Anglers find the weight and snag resistance to be a great benefit when using the newer indicator techniques.


$2.25
Yak Fly

Yak Fly

The big and bold Yak Fly basically cries, "throw me in the water and watch to see what happens!" This fly pattern has all the major triggering characteristics to get salt water fish moving in its direction. Flowing materials and a hefty silhouette make the Yak Fly an attractive and substantial target. Every angler should keep a few of these Yakkers in your salt water, bass, or pike collection.


$2.45
Hamilton's Shrimp

Hamilton's Shrimp

You can't fish for bonefish or permit without thinking about crabs and shrimp. Both of these fish work the flats eating crustaceans as they move along. Successful anglers start with the right size and color fly (Some very serious anglers carry permanent markers with them to color the fly to match a particular flat.). The fly also has to hit the water with a minimum of commotion but still sink quickly.


$2.75
Catch's Caped Avenger, Wine

Catch's Caped Avenger, Wine

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, Wineis a great all around attractor nymph, mimicking a variety of insects in the water from Mayflies to Caddis, emerging or otherwise.


$1.50
Eric's Clodhopper, Red

Eric's Clodhopper, Red

This Hopper pattern lands upright every single time and can seriously take a beating. If you want serious hopper action, Eric's Red Clodhopper is guaranteed to bring them to the surface.


$2.00
Crystal Midge, Olive, Tungsten Bead

Crystal Midge, Olive, Tungsten Bead

This lifelike pattern tempts the strikes out of the pickiest trout. Ideal in spring creeks, streams and rivers. The Crystal Midge, Olive, Tungsten Bead gets the fly down in the water column quickly. This is a must have for picky trout feeding on the tiny insects.


$1.50
Orange Blossom Special

Orange Blossom Special

If you like throwing large wet flies, with the real prospect of moving some large fish the Orange Blossom Special is the fly you want in your selection. With a good silhouette, some flash, and a good amount of weight thrown in to get it in the zone and keep it there this fly just needs two things to be effective; water, and your stripping arm. You definitely need a few of the Orange Blossom Special as part of your large fish weaponry. Put the challenge to the test, you'll not be disappointed we assure you.


$1.75
Gypsy King, Variant-Purple

Gypsy King, Variant-Purple

This Gypsy King, Variant-Purple fly uses a simple but very effective approach of tieing hackle over the top of the foam body to give the fly CRAZY ACTION when viewed from underneath. It makes a deadly Stonefly, Hopper, Cricket, and about 100 other tasty treats. We love to fish the Gypsy King for a lot of different applications. It is a unique fly and it just seems to "get 'em!"


$2.00
Leech, Mini, Bead Head, Burgundy

Leech, Mini, Bead Head, Burgundy

The Bead Head Burgundy Mini Leech yields surprising results and is a pattern anglers should not be without. This pattern will catch almost any freshwater fish and we have found that Cutthroat can't stay away from this fly. At times, leeches wear colors like this but the bright color and flash make this an equally effective attractor. Leeches are some of the most effective stillwater and streamer patterns around and sparsely dressed patterns like this will often out produce other options.


$1.65
Callibaetis, Parachute

Callibaetis, Parachute

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.


$1.50
Zonker, Lead Eye, Silver-Grizzly

Zonker, Lead Eye, Silver-Grizzly

The Lead Eye Grizzly Silver Zonker is a very attractive minnow imitation. This classic streamer has tons of pulsating movement as it swims and it is a really good fly for large trout, bass, and many other species.


$2.45
Wooly Bugger, Brown

Wooly Bugger, Brown

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 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.


$1.75
Brassie, Bi-Color, Green-Black

Brassie, Bi-Color, Green-Black

The Green-Black Bi-Colored Brassie has a segmented look given by alternating wire colors and a slimmer dubbed head has made this fly even more realistic and fishy than its popular predecessor. Use this fly wherever midges are an important food item. Aggressive trout seem to prefer this heavier flashier fly to many other midge imitations.


$1.50
Banded Tan Elk Hair Caddis

Banded Tan Elk Hair Caddis

Buoyant, visible, and very fishy, the Banded Tan 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. The banding give this fly the edge, replicating the naturals better than any other product on the market.


$1.50
Psycho Prince, BH Caddis, Green

Psycho Prince, BH Caddis, Green

The Green Psycho Prince Caddis Nymph is a great trout and steelhead fly pattern. The Psycho Prince was invented by the fly tying mastermind Mike Mercer and continues to push the envelope for innovative Prince Nymph variations. The Psycho Prince can be tied in several colors, the most popular being purple, yellow, green, and pink


$1.50
Brassie, Bi-Color, Bead Head, Silver-Black

Brassie, Bi-Color, Bead Head, Silver-Black

The Silver-Black Bi-Colored Brassie has a segmented appearance given by alternating wire colors and a slim dubbed head. Brassies are proven patterns in all waters using multiple techniques and the Silver-Black Bi-Colored Brassie is a critical pattern in that group. This is a staple midge pattern that is very effective, drawing fish with its midge characteristics and flashy appeal. A collection of various Brassies need to occupy at least a couple of rows in your fly box.


$1.65
Copper John, Wired BH, Silver Pink

Copper John, Wired BH, Silver Pink

A popular and effective attrractor nymph pattern, the Silver Pink Wired Bead Head Copper John has taken the fly fishing world by storm. This fly sinks quickly and can be used as a deep nymph or a dropper - fish seem unable to resist the combination of color, flash, and realistic shape. It is best fished where stoneflies and mayflies are found but will work in nearly any situation including Steelhead nymphing and even on lakes.


$1.50
Silver Hilton

Silver Hilton

The Silver Hilton is an oldy but a goody. The fact that knowledgeable steelheaders and salmon anglers continue to keep a few of these in their fly boxes shows that it has a lasting appeal and continues to catch fish.


$1.75
Marabou, Black

Marabou, Black

The Black Marabou Fly is a fantastic addition to any fly box. It moves and pulsates giving these patterns a life like appearance that drives salmon and other species crazy.


$1.75
Sow Bug, Biot, Rainbow

Sow Bug, Biot, Rainbow

The Rainbow Biot Sow Bug was developed on the tailwaters of the West by Utah fly fishing guide, Jake Ricks. Fish in many tailwaters make sowbugs the staple of their diet and this pattern seems to fool them nearly every time. The mix of translucence and various colors is virtually irresistible. Jake tells us that he once caught the same fish twice in about 10 minutes on this fly on the famous Lower Provo River tailwater. Sounds pretty irresistible to us!


$1.50
Diver, Rabbit Strip, Black

Diver, Rabbit Strip, Black

The Black Rabbit Strip Diver is a large fly pattern that was developed for large predatory fish. The long rabbit strip in conjunction with the wide spun deer hair head make this fly a noisy pattern when stripped with some action. The Black Rabbit Strip Diver is an effective pattern fished in shallows or in water with weeds just under the surface. Given the proper stripping action this fly performs in an erratic manner that entices feeding fish to strike. Those fishermen who love large flies and working them with aggressiveness will find this a good pattern for the fly box.


$3.45
Leech, Sparkle, Brown

Leech, Sparkle, Brown

The pulsating action and unique light catching qualities of this Brown Sparkle Leech Fly make it a useful pattern in most trout lakes around the world. It is most effectively fished on a sinking or intermediate line wherever trout may be cruising or suspended.


$1.50
Krystal Flash Bugger, Olive

Krystal Flash Bugger, Olive

The addition of olive krystal flash to the popular wooly bugger has made this 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.


$1.75
TJ's Improved Spawning Shrimp Beadchain Eye

TJ's Improved 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.


$2.85
Humpy, Trude, Yellow

Humpy, Trude, Yellow

With the Yellow Humpy Trude we've added a calf tail over wing which no doubt increases it's buoyancy, though more importantly gives the fisherman the advantage of quickly locating his fly even in the roughest of waters. As an attractor this pattern stands out as a very effective offering whether you're working a grassy bank, or choppy riffle.


$1.50
Shrimp, Salt, Grey

Shrimp, Salt, Grey

This is a realistic shrimp pattern that is especially useful when fish have seen and refused several flashier patterns. It is effective on a variety of flats and mangrove species.


$2.65
Muddler Minnow, Marabou, Black, Salmon Hook

Muddler Minnow, Marabou, Black, Salmon Hook

Muddlers, some of the most effective trout streamers, are quickly becoming popular salmon and steelhead flies as well. The wide profile of this Black Marabou Muddle Minnow Fly moves a lot of water and creates realistic vibrations and movement that attracts fish.


$1.75
General Practitioner, Black

General Practitioner, Black

Available in several different colors, the Black 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.


$2.15
Pheasant Tail Nymph, Bead Head, Flashback

Pheasant Tail Nymph, Bead Head, Flashback

This American version of the classic British Bead Head Flash Back Pheasant Tail mayfly nymph continues to catch fish wherever slender mayflies are found. The peacock thorax, bead head, and pearl flash wing case on this nymph also gives it a bit of color and shine that makes it an effective attractor fly and a great searching pattern.


$1.65