Streamer Flies

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.

Muddler Minnow, Marabou, White

Muddler Minnow, Marabou, White

The addition of a white marabou tail makes this muddler an even more attractive sculpin imitation for the biggest fish in the river. A variety of colors also make this muddler fly pattern useful for different light and water conditions.

Slumpbuster, Black

Slumpbuster, Black

Hardcore streamer fishermen love patterns with that can move a lot in the water, patterns with a little flash thrown in for good measure. The Black Slumpbuster streamer is just such a fly. Weighted well this fly will dive deep and play to the aggressiveness of the fish as you rip it through the currents. A good selection of Streamers in various styles and colors is just what the serious Streamer fisherman carries, and the Black Slumpbuster is a good addition to that selection. This fly is a must for you when it comes to throwing big flies for big aggressive fish!

Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, Ginger (Tan)

Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, Ginger (Tan)

The Bead Head Ginger Wooly Bugger is one of the newer colors in this versatile fly pattern. The bead head gives the fly life in the water and helps get the fly down when needed. This color can imitate minnows, sculpin, craneflies, damselflies and a number of different food items fish feed on. This has quickly become one of the top selling bugger colors and every angler should dedicate space in their box for this productive variation.

Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, Olive-Grizzly

Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, Olive-Grizzly

The Wooly Bugger is perhaps the most versatile fly in fly fishing. The Bead Head, Olive-Grizzly 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.

Clouser Deep Minnow, Chartreuse-Yellow

Clouser Deep Minnow, Chartreuse-Yellow

This classic saltwater fly also known as a Clouser Minnow is probably the most popular saltwater pattern in the world. The Clouser Deep Minnow, Chartreuse-Yellow is effective on nearly every predatory saltwater species. It 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.

Krystal Flash Bugger, Red

Krystal Flash Bugger, Red

The addition of red 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.

Clouser Deep Minnow, Golden Shiner

Clouser Deep Minnow, Golden Shiner

This classic saltwater fly also known as a Clouser Minnow is probably the most popular saltwater pattern in the world. The Golden Shiner Clouser Deep Minnow is effective on nearly every predatory saltwater species. It is especially useful for stripers, bluefish, bonefish, redfish, snook, seatrout, and many others. The Clouser Minnow 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.

Clouser Deep Minnow, Chartreuse-White

Clouser Deep Minnow, Chartreuse-White

This classic saltwater fly also known as a Clouser Minnow is probably the most popular saltwater pattern in the world. Nearly every predatory saltwater species will take a Clouser. Minnows are especially useful for stripers, bluefish, bonefish, redfish, snook, seatrout, and many others. The Clouser Deep Minnow, Chartreuse-White 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.

Orange Blossom Special

Orange Blossom Special

If you like throwing large wet flies, with the real prospect of moving some large fish the Orange Blossom Special is the fly you want in your selection. With a good silhouette, some flash, and a good amount of weight thrown in to get it in the zone and keep it there this fly just needs two things to be effective; water, and your stripping arm. You definitely need a few of the Orange Blossom Special as part of your large fish weaponry. Put the challenge to the test, you'll not be disappointed we assure you.

Bow River Bugger, Cone Head, Olive

Bow River Bugger, Cone Head, Olive

The unique combination of materials and colors on Olive Cone Head Bow River Bugger make it one of the most productive streamer patterns available. The addition of a weighted cone has made it even more effective. Bow River Buggers are effective wherever fish feed on minnows, especially sculpins. This is a pattern you should always have on hand in your fly box. This is the same as the Olive Bow River Bugger, with a GOLD cone head.

Leech, Egg Sucking, Black, Salmon Hook

Leech, Egg Sucking, Black, Salmon Hook

The Black Egg Sucking Salmon Hook Leech is a creation that may not actually mimic a real phenomenon but does catch fish. The combination of neon color, a dark profile, and exceptional movement makes salmon and steelhead crazy.

Gummy Minnow, Blue

Gummy Minnow, Blue

The Blue 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 Blue Gummy patterns should be occupying space in your fly box.

Clouser Deep Minnow, Red-White

Clouser Deep Minnow, Red-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, Red-White is effective on nearly every predatory saltwater species. It 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.

Bow River Bugger, Cone Head

Bow River Bugger, Cone Head

The Cone Head Bow River Bugger is a combination of the classic wooly bugger body with a muddler minnow head. The addition of a cone head to this effective pattern makes the fly come to life and is especially effective where sculpins are available. This pattern was developed in Southern Canada, but quickly proved to be a top performing streamer all over the world.

Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, White

Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, White

The addition of white krystal flash and bead head to the popular wooly bugger has made this Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, White 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.

Muddler Minnow

Muddler Minnow

Muddler minnows or sculpins form a significant part of the diet of most large trout. This Muddler Minnow fly is the classic sculpin pattern and continues to produce large fish all around the world. Fish this fly with an erratic fleeing motion near the bottom and see what shows up on the end of the line. This fly may also be dressed and floated as a hopper in a pinch.

Platte River Special

Platte River Special

A sparse and very flashy streamer, this Platte River Special fly was developed for the big browns and rainbows of the Platte River. It is equally at home wherever big fish chase minnows and is an especially good pattern for large brown trout.

Clouser Deep Minnow, Olive-White

Clouser Deep Minnow, Olive-White

This classic saltwater fly also known as a Clouser Minnow is probably the most popular saltwater pattern in the world. It is effective on nearly every predatory saltwater species. The Clouser Deep Minnow, Olive-White 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.

Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, Black-Grizzly

Wooly Bugger, Bead Head, Black-Grizzly

The Wooly Bugger is perhaps the most versatile fly in fly fishing. The Black Grizzly Bead Head 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.

Caddis Poopah, Bead Head, Olive

Caddis Poopah, Bead Head, Olive

The Olive Bead Head 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 available. Anglers who have never tried caddis pupae or emergers are missing out on one of the more enjoyable fly fishing experiences.

Wooly Bugger, Cone Head, Rubber Legs, Black

Wooly Bugger, Cone Head, Rubber Legs, Black

The Wooly Bugger is perhaps the most versatile fly in fly fishing. The Wooly Bugger, Cone Head, Rubber Legs, Black 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. This cone head version has extra weight to keep it deep and rubber legs to give it a little extra life for more strikes.

Burgin Bugger, Cone Head, Halloween

Burgin Bugger, Cone Head, Halloween

This is a newer version of the classic Bugger tie. The Halloween 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.

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.

Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, Olive

Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, Olive

The addition of olive krystal flash to the popular wooly bugger in this Krystal Flash Bugger, Bead Head, Olive 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.

Crayfish, Clouser, Tan

Crayfish, Clouser, Tan

Fly fishing for hard fighting smallies is gaining in popularity. Crayfish are important bass flies especially in rocky shoreline areas. Try this realistic Tan Clouser Crayfish Fly on your favorite smallmouth or large mouth waters. Try fishing this fly deep with a quick two or three strip jigging action and then allowing it to settle back to the bottom. Be ready for it to be inhaled on the fall and hang on.

Slumpbuster, Natural/Copper

Slumpbuster, Natural/Copper

Hardcore streamer fishermen love patterns with that can move a lot in the water, patterns with a little flash thrown in for good measure. The Natural/Copper Slumpbuster streamer is just such a fly. Weighted well this fly will dive deep and play to the aggressiveness of the fish as you rip it through the currents. A good selection of Streamers in various styles and colors is just what the serious Streamer fisherman carries, and the Brown Slumpbuster is a good addition to that selection. This fly is a must for you when it comes to throwing big flies for big aggressive fish!

Sparkle Minnow, Cone Head, Sculpin

Sparkle Minnow, Cone Head, Sculpin

The Sparkle Minnow is a baitfish/sculpin imitation so effective that it can almost feel like cheating. There's really no wrong way to fish it .it works under an indicator as a dead-drifted streamer, banged against the banks and aggressively stripped, or even on the swing.

Wooly Bugger, Black-Grizzly

Wooly Bugger, Black-Grizzly

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.

Sparkle Minnow, Bead Head, Peacock

Sparkle Minnow, Bead Head, Peacock

The Sparkle Minnow is a baitfish/sculpin imitation so effective that it can almost feel like cheating. There's really no wrong way to fish it; it works under an indicator as a dead-drifted streamer, banged against the banks and aggressively stripped, or even on the swing.

Zonker, Natural-Pearl

Zonker, Natural-Pearl

The Natural Pearl Zonker is one of the most popular Zonker colors. The combination of natural colors gives the fly a versatility other streamer patterns can't match. This fly will match any small minnow and has also been used to imitate insects and crayfish. Most guides and avid streamer anglers will always make sure to have this color in their fly box.

Wooly Bugger, Olive-Black

Wooly Bugger, Olive-Black

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.