Nymphs & Wet Flies

Pheasant Tail Nymph, Tungsten Bead Head

Pheasant Tail Nymph, Tungsten Bead Head

This Tungsten Bead Head version of the classic British Pheasant Tail is a super effective fly all over the world. Pheasant Tail Nymphs will imitate mayflies, stoneflies, midges and the versatile profile has made it an effective attractor and a great searching pattern. The weight of the tungsten bead makes this fly sink fast. It is a great choice for deep nymphing or as a dropper fly trailing off an attractor dry fly.

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!

Hares Ear Nymph, Bead Head, Natural

Hares Ear Nymph, Bead Head, Natural

Along with the Prince and Pheasant Tail nymphs the 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 looking for drifting mayfly nymphs. Use this Hare's Ear pattern where more robust shaped mayflies are present or simply rely on the attractive properties of this proven fish catcher.

Crystal Midge, Black, Tungsten Bead

Crystal Midge, Black, Tungsten Bead

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

Prince Nymph, Bead Head, Rubber Legs

Prince Nymph, Bead Head, Rubber Legs

The Beadhead Rubber Leg 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.

Prince Nymph, Hot Wire Green-Yellow, Tungsten Bead Head

Prince Nymph, Hot Wire Green-Yellow, Tungsten Bead Head

One of the ultimate heavy searching nymph patterns, the Green Wired Tungsten Prince Nymph just catches fish. This bright trout fly is a great Czech nymphing anchor fly and works in almost every fly fishing river around the world.

Copper John Nymph, Bead Head, Copper

Copper John Nymph, Bead Head, Copper

The Copper John Nymph Bead Head Copper is a popular and effective pattern 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 mayflies or stoneflies are common and even works in certain lake situations.

Prince Nymph, Hot Wire Red-Yellow, Tungsten Bead Head

Prince Nymph, Hot Wire Red-Yellow, Tungsten Bead Head

One of the ultimate heavy searching nymph patterns, the Red-Yellow Hot Wire Tungsten Bead Prince Nymph just catches fish. This bright trout fly is a great Czech nymphing anchor fly and works in almost every river around the world.

Caddis Pupa, Bead Head, Hares Ear

Caddis Pupa, Bead Head, Hares Ear

The Bead Head Hares Ear Caddis Pupa may look simple but it is one of the most effective patterns around. The profile tied with natural materials is suggestive of a number of insects including Caddis, Scuds, Sow bugs, Mayflies and simply looks like something good to eat. This fly will work on any water for almost any freshwater fish. Anglers who fish simple patterns like this are often the most successful around.

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.

Psycho Prince, BH Purple

Psycho Prince, BH Purple

The Purple Psycho Prince Nymph Bead Head 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

Prince Nymph, Bead Head

Prince Nymph, Bead Head

The Bead Head 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.

Bird's Nest, Bead Head, Tan

Bird's Nest, Bead Head, Tan

The Tan Birds Nest fly is a very productive searching nymph pattern. The natural color makes it a great pattern to use for imitating mayflies, and lighter stoneflies, as well as lighter Callibaetis. The Tan Birds Nest is a great fly for stillwater applications, such as stalking large cruising fish in shallow water. Versatility of this fly makes it a smart compliment to your fly box.

Prince Nymph, Hot Wire Green-Yellow, Tungsten Bead Head

Prince Nymph, Hot Wire Green-Yellow, Tungsten Bead Head

One of the ultimate heavy searching nymph patterns, the Green Wired Tungsten Prince Nymph just catches fish. This bright trout fly is a great Czech nymphing anchor fly and works in almost every fly fishing river around the world.

Prince Nymph, Tungsten Bead Head

Prince Nymph, Tungsten Bead Head

The Tungsten Bead Head Prince Nymph is a new heavier version of the classic Prince Nymph. The heavy weight of the tungsten Bead allows you to get this fly deep, often without needing extra weight. Guides go to this pattern to make casting easier for their clients and for a quick nymphing set up. This pattern is one of the most effective attractor nymphs around. The split tail and white wing are attention getters and make this fly work extremely well in waters with Stoneflies. The iridescent flash of the peacock body closely matches natural insects like backswimmers, mayfly nymphs, Caddis, Dragon fly nymphs and others. These features make this fly work in every type of water and anglers use this pattern all over the world. It pays to carry several different sizes and varieties of this incredible pattern in your box at all times.

Pheasant Tail Nymph, Bead Head

Pheasant Tail Nymph, Bead Head

This American version of the classic British Bead Head Pheasant Tail mayfly nymph continues to catch fish wherever slender mayflies are found. The peacock thorax on this nymph also gives it a bit of irridescent flash that makes it an effective attractor fly and a great searching pattern. This fly has caught more fish than perhaps any other nymph in the history of fly fishing.

Zebra Midge, Tungsten Bead, Black

Zebra Midge, Tungsten Bead, Black

The Black Tungsten Bead Zebra Midge is a midge pattern quickly coming into its own among Midge fishermen. Midge fishing is many times a demanding arena that not only requires delicate presentations with fine tippets, but equally the right fly pattern to bring success. The Tungsten Bead Black Zebra Midge can be drifted in the deeper runs, or hung off a dropper just under the surface to those suspended feeding fish. This is a Midge pattern that needs some space in your fly box. Give it a try and see the results.

Sheep Creek Special, Bigg's Fly

Sheep Creek Special, Bigg's Fly

The Sheep Creek Special is an unconventional looking pattern that has proven to be very effective, especially in Western trout lakes. It may imitate anything from a water boatman, scud, or leech to even an aquatic snail. Whatever it is the fish like it!

Catch's Copper K Copper TB

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.

Copper John Nymph, Bead Head, Black

Copper John Nymph, Bead Head, Black

The Black Copper John is a popular and effective pattern 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 mayflies or stoneflies are common and even works in certain lake situations. Most guides and serious anglers never enter the river without several sizes, colors, and variations of the copper john in the fly box.

Copper John Nymph, BH, Jumbo, RL, Golden

Copper John Nymph, BH, Jumbo, RL, Golden

The Jumbo Wired Golden Copper John is a heavy nymph that will often get to the bottom without needing extra weight. The curved design makes the fly bounce along the bottom without getting hung and keeps the fish on after it is hooked. This two tone version of the popular Copper John excels in waters with stoneflies and is one of the best golden stone nymphs available. The realistic body along with lifelike rubber legs gives the fly a natural look that fish find irresistible. The Jumbo Copper John is a very productive pattern for Steelhead where traditional nymphing techniques are used.

Stonefly Nymph, Bead Head, Rubber Leg, Black

Stonefly Nymph, Bead Head, Rubber Leg, Black

The Black Bead Head Rubber Leg Stonefly Nymph has the best features of other patterns all in one effective fly. The realistic profile makes big fish inhale this pattern as if it were candy. The dark buggy profile of this pattern makes this a top choice for fishing in high or off colored water. This lifelike pattern is productive for nearly any fish and will work even in waters without stoneflies.

Copper John Nymph, Wired, BH, RL, Copper

Copper John Nymph, Wired, BH, RL, Copper

The Wired Rubber Legs Copper John adds a realistically segmented abdomen to an already effective pattern. 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. The addition of rubber legs and realistically curved body creates an added attractant that makes this fly irresistable to hungry trout. Several sizes, colors, and variations of this pattern in the fly box will greatly add to success on the water.

Scud, Amber

Scud, Amber

Fly anglers often overlook this color, but the Amber Scud has proven to be extremely effective in any water having scuds or crustaceans. This Amber color will match a dead scud, a scud carrying eggs and also imitate small crayfish. It is a very effective pattern to fish when a river flow is rising or fluctuating. The rising water will flush scuds off of the bottom. Large fish will often key specifically on scuds due to their high food value. This color also works great in water where there are spawning fish.

Parachute Hares Ear

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.

Anatomic Nymph, Pheasant Tail

Anatomic Nymph, Pheasant Tail

The Anatomic Pheasant Tail Nymph is a true attractor fly that will work on any water. The tail is precisely tied to give an extra edge with selective fish. The proven combination of pheasant tail and peacock herl is even move effective with the contrasting wire rib and flashy legs. This fly matches a variety of insects like Mayflies, Midges, and Stoneflies and you are sure to catch fish anywhere with the Anatomic Pheasant Tail.

Prince Nymph, Double Bead

Prince Nymph, Double Bead

The Double Bead Head Prince Nymph is a heavier Flashy version of the classic Prince Nymph. The heavy weight of the two beads allows you to get this fly deep, often without needing extra weight. Guides go to this pattern to make casting easier for their clients and for a quick nymphing set up. This pattern is one of the most effective attractor nymphs around. The split tail and wing look very natural and make this fly work exceptionally well in water with Stoneflies. The flash of the beads and peacock are attention getters and make this fly work in every type of water. Anglers have great success with this pattern for almost every freshwater fish all over the world. It pays to carry several different sizes and varieties of this incredible pattern in your box at all times.