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Nymphs, Steelhead Flies, Trout Flies -

This is an extremely easy and deadly steelhead nymph that works all year. It's a great fly if you're looking to fill a box quickly. MATERIALS:(+) add to cart Hook: Daiichi 1120 sz 8 (+)Thread: UNI 8/0 Black (+)Tail/Body: Gadwall Feather (+)Throat: Fusion Dub Eat a Peach (+)Throat option: Ice Dub Shrimp Pink (+)Legs: Hungarian Partridge (+) --> ADD ALL TO CART <-- Start with a thread base Lay a Gadwall Feather on hook, and wrap backward. Keep wraps spaced out to form a rib. Cut excess feather. Form a dubbing ball. This will help elevate the legs. Strip off opposing hackle barbs. Give...

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Bass Flies, Pike/Muskie Flies, Streamers, Trout Flies -

This is an easy version of the Finesse Game Changer. A great pattern for bass, trout, and anything else that swims. Change up the colors as conditions dictate. For more durability, add super glue to each whip finish as you go forward on the fly. Shout out to Blane Chocklett for this ingenious system!

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Nymphs, Trout Flies -

This is a fairly easy scud pattern for winter trout fishing. Trout eat lots of scuds throughout the year, especially on tailwaters like the Muskegon and Manistee. Kileys Scud Skins give this fly a very convincing profile, as well as making it more durable. Here's a step by step to tie this killer bug. 

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Bass Flies, Streamers, Trout Flies -

A general purpose, easy to tie streamer pattern for smallmouth bass and trout. Best used in dirty water after a rain on a sunny day. A good imitation of stocker rainbow trout, brown trout, and fingerling salmon that are often planted in Springtime months. Change colors and flash to your liking.

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Steelhead Flies, Swing Flies -

Senyo's Stray Dog Spey Fly. This is a very effective fly and is easy to tie. Works great for Michigan and Great Lakes steelhead. Can be tied in a variety of different color schemes.

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