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Euro Nymphs, Trout Flies -

This is a lethal fly that has accounted for hundreds and hundreds of trout and steelhead. It's effectiveness lies in it's simplicity. With only dubbing and wire, you can't ask for a simpler fly variant. Lots of different dubbing types, wire, and hooks will work fine for this bug.  MATERIALS:(+) add to cart Hook: Firehole 551 #12 (+)or Umpqua C450 (+)or Ahrex fw551 (+)Weight: .015 lead wire (+)Bead: 1/8" 3.3mm Gold Slotted Tungsten Bead (+)Thread: Uni Thread 6/0 Olive (+)or Veevus 6/0 Fl Yellow Chartreuse (+)Body: Hareline Dubbin Olive Hare's Ear (+)or Hare's Ear Plus Olive (+)or Hare's Ear Natural (+)or Hare's Ice...

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Euro Nymphs, Trout Flies -

Lance Egan's Frenchie is one of our favorite Euro flies, used all year long, for trout and steelhead. Tie in any size, weight, color variation, and you will be fine. It's a simple fly with very few materials needed.

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Dry Flies, Trout Flies -

Classic Michigan Robert's Drake pattern tricked out for the Hendrickson hatch...Opener can't make it here soon enough! MATERIALS:(+) add to cart Hook:  Daiichi 1180 #14 (+)Thread:  Uni 8/0 Pink (+) Tail:  Brown Pheasant Tail (+) Underbody/Thorax:  Rusty Brown Superfine Dry Fly Dubbing (+) Body:  Rusty Brown Deer Body Hair (+) Post:  Blue Dun McFlylon Polypro (+) Hackle:  Keough Tyer's Grade Med. Dun (+) --> ADD ALL TO CART <--

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Euro Nymphs, Trout Flies -

This little fly has been a menace to the trout and steelhead lately. It's a great pattern to hide a ton of weight within, getting it to the bottom very quickly. We typically use this on a euro nymphing setup, but you can also fish it under an indicator as well. It's a simple fly, that you won't feel bad losing to the wood. It can be tied in tons of different colors and sizes. MATERIALS:(+) add to cart Hook: Firehole 523 #6 (+)Bead: Slotted Tungsten Bead 3/16" 4.6mm Matte Black (+)Thread: Veevus 6/0 Fluorescent Orange (+)Lead Wire .025mm (+)Legs: MFC...

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Nymphs, Steelhead Flies, Trout Flies -

As the salmon eggs mature and turn into Alevin, the next phase in the salmon life cycle is the "Fry" stage. It starts to look a bit more like a minnow as the yolk sac is absorbed. The head is more defined, the parr marks start to appear, and they become a little stronger. They are better at swimming in this stage, so a swung presentation is a good way to fish this pattern.  This is a very easy fly to tie, with just a handful of materials needed. You will burn through a pack of hooks in no time. This...

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