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Goddard Caddis

Goddard Caddis

Innovating fly fishing with its design, the Goddard Caddis Fly uses spun hollow deer hair to achieve a realistic caddisfly shape and great buoyancy. Fly fishermen around the world use this fishing fly when a realistic low profile caddis fly is desired for somewhat technical flat water trout fishing situations.


$1.25
RS2, Black

RS2, Black

The slim and realistic profile of the Black RS2 is perfect for imitating baetis and other Blue Winged Olive emergers, which turn dark just before the hatch. The RS2 in black also works as a midge pupa. This unassuming pattern isn't flashy but it's a major head-turner in the eyes of hungry trout.


$1.50
Brassie, Bead Head, Peacock

Brassie, Bead Head, Peacock

The basis for the Peacock Bead Head Brassie was found years ago some wise or lucky flyfisher that discovered a little wire wrapped around a hook would catch fish. The addition of a buggy looking head has made this one of the most successful nymphs ever. The brassie is a useful attractor or midge larva in most places where trout and grayling are found.


$1.65
Black Death Tarpon Fly

Black Death Tarpon Fly

Dark, mysterious, and deadly on big silver-sided tarpon, the Black Death Tarpon Fly is the perfect go-to tarpon streamer for low light situations when a strong dark profile is needed. The ultra sharp saltwater-grade hook is perfect for holding big tough bucketmouths of the flats, channels, and beaches once you get one to take.


$3.50
Flashtail Whistler-Red/White

Flashtail Whistler-Red/White

The Flashtail Whistler is a great fly for Pike, Musky, Peacock Bass and Largemouth Bass. The Flashtail Whistler-Red/White is a large profiled baitfish pattern that "whistles" when casted. The Flashtail Whistler can also be used in saltwater applications form most offshore species including tarpon, baracuda, and jacks.


$4.95
San Juan Worm, Red

San Juan Worm, Red

Immitating anything from an annelid to an earthworm, the Red San Juan Worm fly simply catches fish. It's much easier to handle and keep than "garden hackle" as well; no coffee can necessary.


$1.25
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
Flashback Caddis Pupa, Tan

Flashback Caddis Pupa, Tan

The Tan Flashback Caddis Pupa is a Caddis pupal pattern designed to imitate the deep pupal stage of the caddis, with an impressionistic representation of the translucent air sac surrounding the insects body. The tan shade best represents the Hydropsyche Caddis species found most commonly in most Western waters. As Gary LaFontaine noted in his book Caddis Flies having a good deep pupal pattern to fish as along the bottom just before an evening caddis hatch can be the key to moving fish before they transition to the hatching insect. The Tan Flashback Caddis Pupa would be just such a pattern to have in your Caddis fly assortment.


$1.85
Diver, Rabbit Strip, Weedless, Red/White

Diver, Rabbit Strip, Weedless, Red/White

The Weedless Red/White Rabbit Strip Diver is a large fly pattern that was developed for large predatory fish. The spun deer hair head is trimmed to make the fly dive and give off a noisy air bubble when stripped. The rabbit strip tail has a lifelike swimming action and is durable to withstand the teeth of big fish. This is an effective topwater pattern or streamer and with a weedguard you can fish it in any situation. Working Large flies with an aggressive retrieve will produce big fish anywhere in the world.


$3.45
Midge, Real, Black

Midge, Real, Black

The Black Real Midge is a midge pattern designed for stillwater and those springcreek situations where the currents are minimal and the fish has an inordinate amount of time to scrutinize your fly. Such situations are demanding and can try a fisherman's patience to the limit. Many times a very small, sparsely dressed fly is the only pattern a fish will move to intercept. The Black Real Midge is just such a fly and would be a useful pattern when those challenging fishing situations arise.


$1.25
Stonefly Nymph, Birds Nest

Stonefly Nymph, Birds Nest

The Birds Stonefly Nymph Fly is an effective stonefly pattern in a variety of situations where less weight and a slimmer profile is preferred. Trout also key on the alternating colors, irridescent thorax, and split tails that make this one of the more popular stonefly nymphs available.


$1.25
Girdle Bug, Black, White Legs

Girdle Bug, Black, White Legs

In this time of crazy synthetics and ultra-realistic fly patterns the classic White Leg Black Girdle Bug is sometimes overlooked. Anglers in the know, however, are still catching big brawny trout on this suggestive pattern. Fish it deep for a stonefly or you might even try stripping it like a bugger. The Girdle Bug may be an oldie, but its a goodie.


$1.25
Leech, Hareball, Black

Leech, Hareball, Black

With a fish catching undulating underwater motion, the Black Hareball Leech is a very effective fly for both salmon and steelhead. fly fishers have also discovered that this fly may also be fished for large trout in lakes and rivers.


$2.05
Egg, Unreal, Light Pink - Red Bead

Egg, Unreal, Light Pink - Red Bead

The Light Pink Unreal Egg Fly is one of the most realistic roe patters available. The internal red glass bead gives the fly a 3D effect and mimics a fertilized egg exceptionally well. The color combination of this fly is great for catching fish in clear water. This color is exceptional when the fish have been spawning for some time and they are seeing lighter colored eggs.


$1.25
Paradise Sunset

Paradise Sunset

Tarpon fishing in the shallow flats of the Florida Keys is perhaps the trickiest way to fool these migratory monsters, but when you use a Paradise Sunset Tarpon Fly, your chances go up! Tied on tough, chemically sharpened hooks, these flies are built to last


$2.75
Bright Buddy-Chartreuse/White

Bright Buddy-Chartreuse/White

The Bright Buddy-Chartreuse/White series is a wonderful baitfish immitation. It can be cast to everything from Striped bass, to Coho, to Musky..and everything in between. Wherever fish are feeding on baitfish, you'll need your buddy


$2.25
Trude, Adams

Trude, Adams

The Adams Trude is a visible fly pattern that will never go out of style. The down wing provides a silhouette that imitates insects like Stoneflies, Caddis and Moths and is easy to see. Trudes work in all types of water but are especially effective in pockets and on small streams. The Adams Trude is a great choice for low light when flies are difficult to see.


$1.50
Trico, Thorax

Trico, Thorax

Fishermen on tricky tailwaters and spring creeks perfected the thorax style mayfly imitation. This Thorax Trico is designed to provide buoyancy and balance on the water especially in the smaller hook sizes. Trout seem to prefer the more even and realistic ride provided by the clipped hackle.


$1.50
Net Builder, Cream

Net Builder, Cream

Cream Net Builder caddis fly nymphs are an important trout flies in many fly fishing waters around the world. This realistic Net Builder pattern works well when cream colored free swimming caddis flies are prevalent.


$1.25
Trailer Trash Black & Blue

Trailer Trash Black & Blue

Trailer Trash is a bright, grabby fly. Fish it lower in the river or where ever kings are feeling happy. Trailer Trash flies are some of the lightest and easiest casting king flies around. Fish them off a sink tip for best results.


$2.75
Krystal Flash Bugger, Purple

Krystal Flash Bugger, Purple

The addition of purple 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
Clouser Deep Minnow, Pink-White

Clouser Deep Minnow, Pink-White

The Clouser Minnow is one of the most versatile streamer patterns in the world. Mostly known as a saltwater pattern, the effective Clousers have become very popular with freshwater anglers as well. Nearly every predatory species will take a Clouser Minnow and everyone should carry an array of sizes and colors to be ready for anything.


$2.45
Alevin

Alevin

The Alevin Fly can be key to your early season success. With the coming of spring and early summer and any real significant aquatic emergence activity still weeks if not months away the Alevin is a hot target for fish. A good imitation of a newly hatched steelhead, salmon smolt or even newly hatched trout species of your home waters the Alevin Fly or Sac Fly as it's commonly known should be part of your fly selection. This is a high protein food source that fish look for with eager anticipation with each spring season.


$1.75
Sow Bug, Gray

Sow Bug, Gray

Years ago any conversation waterside involving the subject of Sow Bugs on most waters would have brought questioning looks by many as this aquatic life form had very little recognition. Now a days Nymph fishermen are sure to carry some Sow bugs in the collection. The Grey Sow Bug is a very good impressionistic pattern that is sure to draw some attention. Simply put, get this fly, put it in your box and get it wet! The Grey Sow Bug will not disappoint.


$1.50
Bone Crusher

Bone Crusher

If you chasing bonefish on the flats you'll no doubt need some crab patterns in your box. The Bone Crusher Fly is a saltwater crab imitation that needs to be one of those flies included in your selection. There are many times when simplicity in a fly pattern is the key to success. Such is the case with the Bone Crusher, simplistic yet suggestive, and tied in a manner in which it will move and entice the silver ghosts.


$2.35
Bomber, Black

Bomber, Black

The classic Black Bomber Fly has proven itself to be one of the very best waking or skating dry flies. It is a must have wherever silvers and steelhead are known to chase flies on the surface.


$2.45
San Juan Worm, Tan

San Juan Worm, Tan

The Tan San Juan Worm should be a staple in your fly box and tan worms are becoming more and more popular due to their more subtle appearance and ability to fool trout. Try a Tan San Juan Worm the next time you fish a worm fly.


$1.45
Soft Hackle, Hares Ear

Soft Hackle, Hares Ear

The Soft Hackle Hares Ear adds a wiggle and little life to a classic nymph pattern. Soft hackles not only mimic the look of real insects but also mimic their movement. Fish this fly when caddis are hatching, as a rising mayfly nymph, or even dead drifted along the bottom.


$1.50
Clouser Deep Minnow, Blue-White

Clouser Deep Minnow, Blue-White

This classic saltwater fly also known as a Clouser Minnow is probably the most popular saltwater pattern in the world. The Clouser Deep Minnow, Blue-White is effective on nearly every predatory saltwater species. The Clouser Minnow is especially useful for stripers, bluefish, bonefish, redfish, snook, seatrout, and many others. It has also become a very popular freshwater streamer pattern. Every fly fisher should carry an array of sizes and colors to be ready for anything.


$2.45
Trico, Spinner, Xelon, Male

Trico, Spinner, Xelon, Male

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. For selective fish use a Male Trico Spinner when they are more numerous.


$1.50
Serendipity, Bead Head, Midge Green

Serendipity, Bead Head, Midge Green

Developed around the classic trout waters of Yellowstone, Midge Green Bead Head Serendipity Fly is a pattern guides rely on to catch selective fish all around the world. The color and size of this pattern is great for imitating midges and small caddis. Trout in all types of water, even in stillwater environments, can't resist the segmented buggy look of the Serendipity patterns.


$1.65
Bomber, Green

Bomber, Green

The classic Green Bomber Fly has proven itself to be one of the very best waking or skating dry flies. It is a must have wherever silvers and steelhead are known to chase flies on the surface.


$2.45
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