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Gummy Minnow, Olive

Gummy Minnow, Olive

The Olive Gummy Minnow is perhaps one of the oddest flies you may have ever come across. Created from an innovative material this is one of a number of Gummies on a similar imitative and irresistible theme. Saltwater and warm water species of all varieties find this pattern impossible to pass up, and the Gummy has even proven to be an attention getter with trout as well. Remarkably realistic, with a flashy underbelly they can be worked slowly or fast. A number of Olive Gummy Minnow patterns should be occupying space in your fly box.


$4.25
Gotcha, Orange Tail

Gotcha, Orange Tail

The Gotcha fly is one of the best bonefish patterns available. The pearlescent body and critter-like shape makes this fly irresistable to feeding bonefish. The Gotcha is available is several variations and sizes and is effective in a variety of situations and locales.


$2.25
Burgin Bugger, Cone Head, Olive

Burgin Bugger, Cone Head, Olive

This is a newer version of the classic Bugger tie. The Olive Cone Head Burgin Bugger incorporates a realistic two tone tail, a flashy krystal chenile body and lifelike rubberlegs. These features along with the cone head give it a natural look that resembles sculpin, leeches, crayfish and more making it one of the most versatile streamers available. Every angler should have Buggers in their fly box and the Burgin Bugger should be at the top of the list.


$2.45
Gotcha Deep Water Shrimp

Gotcha Deep Water Shrimp

An absolute must for anyone fishing light colored flats, like in the Bahamas. A Gotcha is basically a white Crazy Charlie with a pink nose. But that pink nose must mean something to Bonefish. Pro tied on premium Japanese chemically sharpened saltwater hooks. Lead eyes instead of bead chain.


$2.50
San Juan Worm, Bead Head, Shell Pink/Worm Brown

San Juan Worm, Bead Head, Shell Pink/Worm Brown

The Bead Head Shell Pink/Worm Brown San Juan Worm is an effective pattern that will imitate annelids, aquatic worms, earthworms and simply will catch fish. The natural colors make this pattern work year round on most waters. San Juan worms will work in all types of water and will catch most any freshwater fish.


$1.25
Blue Winged Olive, Bunny

Blue Winged Olive, Bunny

Bunny Duns are becoming popular for fishing to selective trout in some of the more well known fly fishing waters. The Blue Winged Olive Bunny Dun has a lifelike mayfly shape and, unlike most CDC dry flies, it can be treated with a liquid fly floatant.


$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, Blue Moon, Conehead

Marabou, Blue Moon, Conehead

The weight of a conehead opens up options for the classic marabou pattern. Weather you need to get the fly deeper, add a lifelike swimming action or use floating fly lines, the Conehead Blue Moon Marabou Fly will help you catch more fish. The color combination of this patterns is very effective for Steelhead, Salmon, Pike, Musky, and Trout anglers are finding great success with this pattern using traditional streamer techniques.


$1.95
Diver, Rabbit Strip, Chartreuse

Diver, Rabbit Strip, Chartreuse

The Chartreuse 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 Chartreuse 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
Hopper, Chernobyl, Tan-Black

Hopper, Chernobyl, Tan-Black

A relative of the Chernobyl Ant, the Tan-Black Chernobyl Hopper simply works, even when it defies reason. The fly's foam body floats on even the roughest of currents and the bugginess of this fly draws fish, especially big fish, out of hiding.


$1.85
Cowans Mullet

Cowans Mullet

The Cowans Mullet is a durable and effective pattern that imitates the translucent body of a small Mullet or baitfish. It is a versitile pattern that will work on most saltwater species and freshwater anglers have found it to be a great all around minnow imitation and one of the best Shad imitations.


$3.25
Deep Sparkle Pupa, Brown

Deep Sparkle Pupa, Brown

This popular and innovative Brown Deep Sparkle Pupa pattern was developed by the late Gary LaFontaine. Hours of underwater reasearch with scuba or snorkel equipment revealed that caddis can form a gas bubble around themselves when prepering to hatch. The antron or Z-lon case around this fly forms a transluscent impression of that bubble that trout find hard to resist. Fly fishermen everywhere have made this fly one of the staples in their selections.


$1.50
Sparkle Dun, CDC Sulphur

Sparkle Dun, CDC Sulphur

When there is a sulphur hatch, look out! This Sparkle Dun, CDC Sulphur makes for great fishing, it's a dry fly pattern that's is easy to spot and it sits down in the film where the fish like to see their prey. Wings not quite dry, mayfly not quite ready to fly.


$1.50
Micro Mayfly Nymph, Olive

Micro Mayfly Nymph, Olive

The Olive Micro Mayfly Nymph is a fish tempting nymph pattern especially for tailwater and spring creek fly fishing situations. The olive version is a useful baetis and BWO mayfly imitator for picky fish looking for drifting may fly nymphs.


$1.65
Zebra Midge, Maroon, Glass Bead

Zebra Midge, Maroon, Glass Bead

The Maroon 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 Maroon 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.


$1.45
Ultra Shrimp

Ultra Shrimp

Artificial shrimp can be fished in a variety of manners. Fished properly, they can be more effective than live shrimp. This fly will catch any fish that eats shrimp, It gets as many bites as live shrimp, and this fly with its epoxy coating is far more durable.


$2.75
Caddis Poopah, Tan

Caddis Poopah, Tan

The Tan Caddis Poopah is also known as the Super Pupa. This fly uses unique materials and an extended profile to imitate the pupal stage of caddis development as well or better than any other fly. Anglers who have never tried caddis pupae or emergers are missing out on one of the more enjoyable fly fishing experiences.


$1.25
Pale Morning Dun, CDC

Pale Morning Dun, CDC

Fly fishers on waters with selective trout find that CDC Pale Morning Duns provide a near perfect mayfly silhouette. They are extremely effective hatch matching dry flies when a hackled or more heavily dressed PMD mayfly pattern seems to draw only refusals from selectively rising trout.


$1.50
Midge, Parachute, Tan

Midge, Parachute, Tan

The white post on this Tan Parachute Midge allows it to be seen even in riffled water. In the correct sizes and colors this fly also makes a great trico or baetis pattern when tiny mayflies are hatching.


$1.50
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
Catch's Caped Avenger, Brown

Catch's Caped Avenger, Brown

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


$1.50
Humpy, Yellow

Humpy, Yellow

Sometimes known by some older trout fly fishermen as a 'goofus bug' the Yellow Humpy is no doubt one of the finest of dry fishing flies. This fly fishing classic is very buoyant, colorful, and approximates a variety of fish flies. The Humpy dry fly is a useful pattern to have in larger sizes for big freestone rivers where fish aren't particularly selective and in smaller sizes for mountain streams, spring creeks, and those quiet backwoods brookie ponds that only you know about.


$1.50
Serendipity, Bead Head, Tan

Serendipity, Bead Head, Tan

Developed around the classic trout waters of Yellowstone, Tan Bead Head Serendipity Fly has become a favorite especially of pocket water fishermen on the famous Madison River. The array of colors and sizes allows this fly to be used for caddis and midges or simply as a searching pattern. Trout in all types of water, even in large stillwater environments, seem to love the segmented buggy look of the Serendipity.


$1.65
San Juan Worm, Bead Head, Red-Brown

San Juan Worm, Bead Head, Red-Brown

Imitating anything from an annelid to an earthworm, the Red-Worm Brown Bead Head 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
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
Leech, Hot Shot, Black

Leech, Hot Shot, Black

The Black Hot Shot Leech takes everthing that is good about the Bunny and Egg Sucking Leeches and adds weighted eyes to get it down to where fish hold in deeper pools or swift currents.


$2.05
Brown Haze

Brown Haze

Andy Carlson, a fly fishing guide on the Bitterroot River in Montana originated the Purple Haze fly pattern. The Brown Haze is a variation of the original with less purple in the pattern and more natural coloriton. This has been a very effective pattern in Montana and has become a popular dry fly in general. It is used to match Blue Wing Olives, Mahogany Duns, March Browns, Green Drakes, and Tricos.


$1.50
Deceiver, White-Green

Deceiver, White-Green

This classic saltwater baitfish streamer popularized by Lefty Kreh has caught fish for years and continues to produce all around the world. This fly is a muti-purpose baitfish pattern that has proven effective on almost any saltwater species. Several colors and sizes should be in every fly box even for those anglers going after some of the more predatory freshwater species.


$2.95
San Juan Worm, Hot Pink

San Juan Worm, Hot Pink

The Hot Pink San Juan Worm is an effective pattern that will imitate annelids, aquatic worms, earthworms and will simply catch fish. The bright color will attract fish and it makes this a great fly for searching and one of the top producing flies in high or murky water. Anglers are finding San Juan Worms to be effective all year long in all types of water and will catch almost any freshwater fish.


$1.25
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
Purple Wulff

Purple Wulff

The ParaWulff comes from Jack Dennis of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Jack has come up with a nifty little parachute variation featuring two, rather than the traditional single, wings. We have been selling this pattern like mad the last couple seasons in both the purple version shown here as well as the Adams version. This variation is best in swifter water as this fly floats high and true. The trout simply love it!


$1.50
Leech, Egg Sucking, Olive

Leech, Egg Sucking, Olive

The Olive Egg Sucking Leech has become a favorite in salmon and steelhead waters all over the world and performs great on trout and other species as well. The addition of the neon egg to the proven wooly bugger-type body has produced a combo creature that no angler should be without.


$1.75