Panfish Flies

Bitch Creek Nymph, Orange

Bitch Creek Nymph, Orange

The Bitch Creek Nymph Fly has been a big fish catcher for years. The contrasting colors and the motion of the rubber legs give this fly attracting qualities fish can't pass up. These features make this one of the better patterns for catching fish in high or off colored water. Bitch Creek Nymphs will work almost anywhere but are most effective in waters with stoneflies or crayfish.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Fl. Red

Bitch Creek Nymph, Fl. Red

The Bitch Creek Nymph Fly has been a big fish catcher for years. The bright color and the overall buggy feel make this an effective pattern when your favorite stream is a bit high and murky. The bright color set against black also makes this an effective pattern to trigger Steelhead and Salmon.

Bonefish Bitters, Brown

Bonefish Bitters, Brown

Bitters were originally developed for Bonefish on the flats around Belize. They have now been proven to work all over the world. This fly will catch a variety of saltwater fish and freshwater anglers are finding the Amber or Brown Bitter to be effective for Carp, Bass, Panfish and many others. This pattern will imitate small crabs, shrimp, urchins, crayfish and other items fish feed on. The glue covered eyes and synthetic materials create a translucent silhouette that fish find irresistible.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Yellow

Bitch Creek Nymph, Yellow

The Yellow Bitch Creek Nymph Fly has been a big fish catcher for years. The bright color and the overall buggy feel make this fly trout candy during the spring and early summer months. The bright color set against black also makes this an effective pattern when your favorite trout stream is a bit high and murky.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Fl. Red

Bitch Creek Nymph, Fl. Red

The Bitch Creek Nymph Fly has been a big fish catcher for years. The bright color and the overall buggy feel make this an effective pattern when your favorite stream is a bit high and murky. The bright color set against black also makes this an effective pattern to trigger Steelhead and Salmon.

Bonefish Bitters, Olive

Bonefish Bitters, Olive

Bitters were originally developed for Bonefish on the flats around Belize. They have now been proven to work all over the world. This fly will catch a variety of saltwater fish and freshwater anglers are finding the Olive Bitter to be effective for Carp, Bass, Panfish and many others. This pattern will imitate small crabs, shrimp, urchins, crayfish and other items fish feed on. The glue covered eyes and synthetic materials create a translucent silhouette that fish find irresistible.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Bead Head, Orange

Bitch Creek Nymph, Bead Head, Orange

The Bead Head Bitch Creek Nymph Fly is a newer version of a famous pattern. The contrasting colors and the motion of the rubber legs give this fly attracting qualities fish can't pass up. Flash from the bead will trigger strikes and the extra weight it provides will help you get this fly down in big water. These features make this one of best producing fly patterns when fishing in high or off colored water. Bitch Creek Nymphs will work almost anywhere but are most effective in waters with stoneflies or crayfish.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Bead Head, Orange

Bitch Creek Nymph, Bead Head, Orange

The Bead Head Bitch Creek Nymph Fly is a newer version of a famous pattern. The contrasting colors and the motion of the rubber legs give this fly attracting qualities fish can't pass up. Flash from the bead will trigger strikes and the extra weight it provides will help you get this fly down in big water. These features make this one of best producing fly patterns when fishing in high or off colored water. Bitch Creek Nymphs will work almost anywhere but are most effective in waters with stoneflies or crayfish.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Yellow

Bitch Creek Nymph, Yellow

The Yellow Bitch Creek Nymph Fly has been a big fish catcher for years. The bright color and the overall buggy feel make this fly trout candy during the spring and early summer months. The bright color set against black also makes this an effective pattern when your favorite trout stream is a bit high and murky.

Bonefish Bitters, Orange

Bonefish Bitters, Orange

Bitters were originally developed for Bonefish on the flats around Belize. They have now been proven to work all over the world. This fly will catch a variety of saltwater fish and freshwater anglers are finding the Orange Bitter to be effective for Carp, Bass, Panfish and many others. This pattern will imitate small crabs, shrimp, urchins, crayfish and other items fish feed on. The glue covered eyes and synthetic materials create a translucent silhouette that fish find irresistible.

Bitch Creek Nymph, Orange

Bitch Creek Nymph, Orange

The Bitch Creek Nymph Fly has been a big fish catcher for years. The contrasting colors and the motion of the rubber legs give this fly attracting qualities fish can't pass up. These features make this one of the better patterns for catching fish in high or off colored water. Bitch Creek Nymphs will work almost anywhere but are most effective in waters with stoneflies or crayfish.

Bonefish Bitters, Chartreuse

Bonefish Bitters, Chartreuse

The Bonefish Bitters is a productive and durable epoxy pattern for bonefish and other flats species. It can imitate small crabs or urchins, and drives bonefish crazy. This fly will catch fish in a variety of locales including Mexico and Belize.