Dry Caddis Flies

Mottled Caddis, Olive

Mottled Caddis, Olive

These Olive Mottled Caddis flies excel in flat water situations where trout are keying on caddis flies. It is a great dry fly to have in a variety of sizes and colors to match caddis fly hatches wherever you find yourself fly fishing for rising trout.

Bass Popper, Ultra Foam, Frog

Bass Popper, Ultra Foam, Frog

The Ultra Foam Bass Popper Frogs are a bass and panfish angler's go to bugs. Popper flies bring a new level of excitement to warm water fly fishing. This bass and panfish fly uses enticing wiggling legs a realistic frog profile to draw explosive strikes from ambushing fish.

Trico, Spinner, Foam, Female

Trico, Spinner, Foam, Female

Many fly fishermen know that the worst part of fishing a spinner fall can be determining which dot on the water is your fly. The Female Foam Spinner Trico is actually visible to the angler while providing the fish with nothing but a realistic spent mayfly silhouette.

Ant, Foam, Hi Vis, Black

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.

Ant, Foam, Hi Vis, Brown

Ant, Foam, Hi Vis, Brown

A high floater and visible fly, this Brown Hi Vis Foam Ant is fisherman and fish friendly. Selective trout and panfish seem to enjoy the realistic segmentation and slightly exaggerated legs on this pattern.

Hopper, Bullet Head, Foam

Hopper, Bullet Head, Foam

With buoyant foam and deer hair, this Foam Bullet Head Hopper Fly is easy and enjoyable to fish. Many hoppers show a yellow underside and fish seem to be attracted to the color and lifelike appearance of this pattern.

Gray Drake, Spinner, Foam

Gray Drake, Spinner, Foam

Fly fishermen know that the worst part of fishing a spinner fall can be determining which dot on the water is your fly. The Foam Spinner Gray Drake is actually visible to the angler while providing the fish with nothing but a realistic spent mayfly silhouette.

Foam Wing Caddis, Grey

Foam Wing Caddis, Grey

The Grey Foam Wing Caddis is a unique adult Caddis imitation that is not only a very visible pattern, but a fly as well that can be fished in heavy current situations without submerging. This very buoyant fly provides a good winged silhouette of the Caddis adult, which is a critical characteristic in triggering responses from fish. There are a host of various adult Caddis patterns available to the fly fisherman today, many with their own specific strengths and the Grey Foam Wing Caddis would be a good choice for your fly box.

Mahogany, Spinner, Foam

Mahogany, Spinner, Foam

Many fly fishermen know that the worst part of fishing a spinner fall can be determining which dot on the water is your fly. The Mahogany Foam Spinner is actually visible to the angler while providing the fish with nothing but a realistic spent mayfly silhouette.

Hopper, Dropper, Foam, Hi Vis

Hopper, Dropper, Foam, Hi Vis

Ask any fly fisherman about his favorite hopper pattern and you'll likely get as many answers. Fishing Terrestrials brings its own unique excitement and a fly like the Hi Vis Foam Hopper Dropper is a sure bet on any Terrestrial water. The foam body and hair wing ride the fly well in any current and the Hi Vis adaptation makes it an easy pattern to locate in any water condition. Stutter twitch a Hi Vis Foam Hopper Dropper along a grassy bank or drop a small nymph off the bend and use it as an indicator. Either way this is a good Terrestrial addition to your box.

Panfish Popper, Foam, White/Red

Panfish Popper, Foam, White/Red

A modern fly rod variation of the classic red and white bass lures of yester-year, the White/Red Foam Panfish Popper is a hot diggity dog, sure fire surface fly for bluegill, bream, perch, bass, crappie and all other panfish that swim.

Hopper, Foam, Hi Vis

Hopper, Foam, Hi Vis

When Terrestrial season is in full swing the knowledgeable and ready fly fisherman does not venture afield without a good selection of hopper patterns. The Hi Vis Parachute Foam Hopper is a must have hopper pattern in that fly grouping. This is a robust fly that is designed to ride low in the surface film and float well in all kinds of current situations. Its Hi Vis post makes the Hi Vis Parachute Foam Hopper a very visible fly in all light conditions. If you love fishing Terrestrials this is a critical fly for you to be successful on the water.

Cricket, Foam, Black

Cricket, Foam, Black

Black Foam Cricket Flies are proven fish catchers although nobody ever seems to see them fall into the water. This fly floats well and shows the fish a realistic silhouette.

Green Drake, Spinner, Foam

Green Drake, Spinner, Foam

Many fly fishermen know that the worst part of fishing a spinner fall can be determining which dot on the water is your fly. The Green Drake Foam Spinner is actually visible to the angler while providing the fish with nothing but a realistic spent mayfly silhouette.

Stone, Bullet Head, Foam

Stone, Bullet Head, Foam

The realistic bullet head profile and high floating foam make this a popular and useful stonefly pattern. The Foam Bullet Head Stone Fly fishes well near banks and in pockets in swift or moderate currents. Trout will often come from the deep to inhale a helplessly drifting stonefly.

Elk Hair Caddis, Grey

Elk Hair Caddis, Grey

The Gray Elk Hair Caddis is a proven classic that keeps catching fish all around the world. This buoyant dry fly works in every water type where caddisflies are found but is especially good at imitating an adult caddis in swift and riffled streams and rivers.

Elk Hair Caddis, Olive

Elk Hair Caddis, Olive

Buoyant, visible, and fishy, the Olive Elk Hair Caddis is one of those fishing flies every angler should have in a variety of sizes and colors - the best caddis fly pattern for grayling and trout fishing around the world.

Banded Olive Elk Hair Caddis

Banded Olive Elk Hair Caddis

Buoyant, visible, and very fishy, the Banded Olive 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.

Mottled Caddis, Brown

Mottled Caddis, Brown

Much like the Hemingway Caddis, the Brown Mottled Caddis flies excel in flat water situations where trout are keying on caddis flies. It is a great dry fly to have in a variety of sizes and colors to match caddis fly hatches wherever you find yourself fly fishing for rising trout.

Banded Brown Elk Hair Caddis

Banded Brown Elk Hair Caddis

Buoyant, visible, and very fishy, the Banded Brown 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.

Elk Hair Caddis, Brown

Elk Hair Caddis, Brown

Buoyant, visible, and very fishy, the Brown 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.

Mottled Caddis, Black

Mottled Caddis, Black

Like the Hemingway Caddis, the Black Mottled Caddis flies excel in flat water situations where trout are keying on caddis flies. It is a great dry fly to have in a variety of sizes and colors to match caddis fly hatches wherever you find yourself fly fishing for rising trout.

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.

Callibaetis, Spinner, Foam

Callibaetis, Spinner, Foam

The Foam Callibaetis Spinner is both buoyant and visible to the angler while providing the fish with nothing but a realistic spent mayfly silhouette. Many lake fly fishermen know that the worst part of fishing a callibaetis spinner can be determining which speck on the lake is your fly.

Ant, Foam, Black

Ant, Foam, Black

The high floatation properties of foam has made the Black Foam Ant a favorite fly among terrestrial fishermen. Some fish seem to prefer the realistic segmentation and suggestion of legs provided by this pattern to other ants.

Mottled Caddis, Tan

Mottled Caddis, Tan

This Tan Mottled Caddis fly excels in flat water situations where trout are keying on caddis flies. It is a great dry fly to have in a variety of sizes and colors to match caddis fly hatches wherever you find yourself fly fishing for rising trout.

Foamulator, Yellow

Foamulator, Yellow

The combination of crystal dubbing, high floating foam, rubber legs, hackle, elk hair and a flashy underwing make the Yellow Foamulator come to life. The addition of foam and other synthetics have improved the Stimulator profile and made it buoyant and very durable. Foamulators are very effective when there are Stoneflies or Grasshoppers around and have quickly become one of the most popular all around attractor patterns.

Damsel Fly, Foam, Blue

Damsel Fly, Foam, Blue

Nothing in stillwater fly fishing matches the excitement of casting a big adult damsel fly to cruising hogs. The Foam Damsel Fly pattern matches a spent or crippled damsel perfectly. This Damsel pattern has strong hook and works well for Carp and many other hard fighting fish. The foam body and reinforced materials are more durable then other patterns and make the fly float very well. Try casting the FOAM DAMSEL along shorelines or shallow vegetation to cruising fish and expect some aggressive strikes.

Elk Hair Caddis, Black

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.

Foamulator, Olive

Foamulator, Olive

The combination of crystal dubbing, high floating foam, rubber legs, hackle, elk hair and a flashy underwing make the Olive Foamulator come to life. The addition of foam and other synthetics have improved the Stimulator profile and made it buoyant and very durable. Foamulators are very effective when there are Stoneflies or Grasshoppers around and have quickly become one of the most popular all around attractor patterns.

Panfish Spider, Foam, Black

Panfish Spider, Foam, Black

The Black Panfish Foam Spider Fly was probably born on some bluegill and bass filled backwater or Southern bream pond but it has proven to be ultra-versatile and effective everywhere fish swim. It works well on bluegill and other panfish, catches bass, fools carp, creeps out little sisters, daughters, and wives, and is a wonderful terrestrial pattern or beetle imitator for trout.

Ant, Foam, Brown

Ant, Foam, Brown

The high floatation properties of foam has made this Brown Foam Ant Fly a favorite among terrestrial fishermen. Some fish seem to prefer the realistic segmentation and suggestion of legs provided by this pattern to other ants.