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Livin Hellgrammite Livin Hellgrammite
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This fly doesn't have a weed guard as it is most often fished over rocky bottoms. It does ride with the hook point up, and remains snagless in the terrain it was designed for. Hellgrammites live in many slower moving rivers where they are fed upon by both largemouth and smallmouth bass

Loco Hexagenia Anderson Loco Hexagenia Anderson
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Longs Dryer Lint Parachute Longs Dryer Lint Parachute
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Luccas Hex Spinner Luccas Hex Spinner
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Lucent Wing True Hex Lucent Wing True Hex
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Macks Canyon Macks Canyon
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Steelhead evolved in the rivers that drain the Pacific Rim. And when one dreams of perfect steelhead rivers, you just naturally have to think about Oregon. The Rogue, Umpqua, Deschutes, John Day and Grand Rhonde are some of the better known steelhead rivers in the world. Other rivers such as the Sandy, Clackamas and North Santiam may be nearly as good in their rights. Because of it's geographic placement, many Oregon rivers fish nearly year round. This makes Oregon a prime laboratory for...

March Brown Equalizer Fly Kit
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This kit will complete your March Brown Hatch needs!(3) Guide's Choice Hare's Ear #14 (3) Bead Head CDC Pheasant Tail #14(3) March Brown Nymph #14(3) March Brown Spun Dun #14(3) Parachute Blue Wing Olive #14(3) Parachute March Brown #1418 flies in all ...

March Brown Nymph March Brown Nymph
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March Brown Mayfly HatchesRhithrogena morrisoni (that's the scientific name)Western March Browns are your first "easy-to-see" hatch of the new season. Look for March Brown hatches on local rivers when water temperatures start reaching 42 degrees consistently. This can occur in most lower elevation water sheds in mid-February and continues through March and early April. Hatching March Browns can create some very exciting surface film and dry fly fishing. Hatches of duns usually start in the...

Marks Golden Olive Damsel Nymph
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Damselfly nymph colors vary from lake to lake. Very early in the season, they are often light colored.For more information check out: Mark's Olive Damsel Nymph

Marks Hex Emerger Marks Hex Emerger
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Marks Hexagenia Crippled Emerger Marks Hexagenia Crippled Emerger
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This pattern was developed by Mark Bachmann in the early 1990's for the hatch at Timothy Lake. It replicates the sequence when the dun is nearly out of the shuck or an emerging dun that is hung up in the shuck. Either way, trout like it. Fish it in the film with the body greased.

Marks Marabou Spey Intruder Marks Marabou Spey Intruder
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Mark's Marabou Spey Intruder meet the needs of anglers who want extra weight to get their flies deeper than than the water commonly fished with Mark's Marabou Tube flies. These flies are tied on Montana Stainless Steel Fly Shanks, and are equipped with Dazl Eyes for extra weight. Many things such as water speed, angle of presentation, and the length of a particular cast will affect the depth that any fly will fish down to. Flies fished on longer casts normally have a longer time longer to...

Marks Olive Damsel Nymph fly
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Mark's Olive Damsel Nymph It is unclear how the fly got stuck behind the maxillary flipper, but it makes a very good background for Mark's Olive Damsel Nymph when it is in the water. Damselflies are those delicate iridescent blue or red insects that you see flying around lakes and ponds. In the nymphal stage they range from olive to tan, are free swimming and often exposed to cruising trout. Bass and panfish will also feed heavily on damselfly nymphs. Damselfly nymphs are strong swimmers....

Marks Prism Marks Prism
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The Prism was first tied by Mark Bachmann in the early eighties. He designed it to be an unobtrusive pattern for low, clear water. The Prism works any time of year, but is especially effective during the late season after the steelhead have been pressured. Several very large steelhead have been tricked by the Prism. In October, many summer steelhead have been away from the Ocean feeding grounds for several months. They start to forget about the brightly colored marine organisms that nurtured...

Marks Spawning Shrimp Marks Spawning Shrimp
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This fly started as a good deed from another angler who tied me a few flies while we were staying in San Pedro and fishing around Ambergris Key in Belize about 2000. I didn't have all the ingredients that my benefactor had used, but the substitutes worked even better than the originals. Mark's Spawning Shrimp is mighty tasty to bonefish and a host of other flats fish and to fish that live in the mangroves, such as snook, snappers, jacks and even an occasional permit. This is one fly that you...

Marks Tube Spey Intruder Marks Tube Spey Intruder
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Mark's Marabou Tube Flies have gained popularity for several kinds of anadromous game fish. Recently this type of fly has become extremely popular for both winter and summer steelhead. Originally designed so that a smaller hook could be used with a large fly to cut injury to wild steelhead, this configuration also proved itself as a way to land a higher percentage of fish that were hooked. These flies are very streamlined and easy to cast. Plastic tube models are very lightweight which gives...

Marks Winter Baetis Emerger Marks Baetis Emerger, Black and Chartreuse
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Winter Baetis Mayflies can be very dark colored. Many are jet black. As the nymph swims to the surface the adult insect is already separating itself from the nypmphal shuck. Bright green bands form at each abdominal segment. As the skin splits down the back of the head and between the wing pads of the nymph, the dun starts to emerge through this tear. At this point, the insect can neither swim nor fly. It is completely helpless and a perfect target. Mark Bachmann pattern.

Master Jack Popper Master Jack Popper
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These explosive sounding poppers have heads that are turned from soft foam plastic that has been coated with clear epoxy for durability. The cupped face makes a lot of noise. The large head floats high. The big, reflective Mylar eyes give realism. These 3/0 poppers are good for snook, bass, sharks, dorado and rooster fish. All sizes of fish will attack these noisy offerings.

Mayfly Cripples Green Drake Mayfly Cripples Green Drake
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Mayfly Cripples Limestone Mayfly Cripples Limestone
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Meat Whistle Barrs Meat Whistle Barrs
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Tied on a jig hook, Barr's Meat Whistle can be stripped through underwater structure such as limbs and rocks with fewer hang-ups than conventional styles. Has a "big-prey", crayfish/sculpin appearance. The trick with the Meat Whistle is to fish it deep and very slow. Patience is a virtue.

Merkin Permit Crab Merkin Permit Crab
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Del Brown is credited with originating the Merkin Permit Fly. He is also credited with catching several hundred Permit with it and acknowledged to be the greatest Permit fly fisher of all time. This is the most popular Permit fly, world wide. Smaller size Merkins have also landed good numbers of large bonefish as well

Micro Caddis Emerger Micro Caddis Emerger
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Midweight Scud Midweight Scud
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Scuds are small, even tiny, light-colored crustaceans of the amphipod group. They are translucent, free swimming, shrimp-like animals that are an important part of fish food-chain wherever they are found. Scuds are flattened laterally, and have many legs and appendages. They are active and available nearly year round. Different subspecies, different colors and sizes can inhabit the same habitat at the same time. Sizes range from #18 to #8, or from 3/16" to 3/4". Scuds are most often found in...

Mini Corona Toad Mini Corona Toad
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Mini Intruder
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Stuart Foaxall, Aqua Flies Fly Designer: I have been fly fishing and tying flies for well over 30 years, but mainly for European species. I took the plunge 6 years ago and booked "a trip of a lifetime" chasing Pacific fish. To say that it has absorbed me is an understatement... I just can't get enough. I spend over four weeks a year chasing Pacific salmon and my favorite, the steelhead. The chance to catch this enigmatic fish that I had read and dreamed about as a kid reading Roderick Haig...

Mini Puff Shrimp, Orange Mini Puff Shrimp, Orange
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On a trip to Andros South Bonefish Camp, we drifted up within casting range of a whitish streak of clouded water. It was being caused by bonefish rooting for food buried in the bottom of the shallow flat. Sometimes bonefish hydraulically excavate food organisms from soft silt by squirting jets of water from their mouths. This results in a cloud of debris which drifts with the current, sometimes for many yards. The cloud is called a "Mud." As we slowly approached the mudding fish, I offered a...

Mini Puff Shrimp, Pink Mini Puff Shrimp, Pink
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On a trip to Andros South Bonefish Camp, we drifted up within casting range of a whitish streak of clouded water. It was being caused by bonefish rooting for food buried in the bottom of the shallow flat. Sometimes bonefish hydraulically excavate food organisms from soft silt by squirting jets of water from their mouths. This results in a cloud of debris which drifts with the current, sometimes for many yards. The cloud is called a "Mud." As we slowly approached the mudding fish, I offered a...

Mini Puff Shrimp, Tan Mini Puff Shrimp, Tan
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On a trip to Andros South Bonefish Camp, we drifted up within casting range of a whitish streak of clouded water. It was being caused by bonefish rooting for food buried in the bottom of the shallow flat. Sometimes bonefish hydraulically excavate food organisms from soft silt by squirting jets of water from their mouths. This results in a cloud of debris which drifts with the current, sometimes for many yards. The cloud is called a "Mud." As we slowly approached the mudding fish, I offered a...

Moal Leech Moal Leech
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MOAL Leech means "Mother Of All Leeches"Derek Fergus and I have shared a lot of very productive steelhead trips. Every one has been an adventure. We have had days when we turned every fish loose, and days when we filled the smoke house with keepers. Derek has steelhead instinct, and is an intuitive fly designer and meticulous fly tyer. Derek keeps himself sharp by being on the water weekly. He's a great team player. One day he picked my pocket with a winter buck that grabbed the fly no more...

Mohair Leech Mohair Leech
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Mohair Leech, BlackBlack is a universal color, especially early in the season while the water is still very cold. Crawl your black fly across the bottom very slowly using a very slow sinking line. This is a very effective techique, but can only be done early in the season before weeds start to grow.Mohair Leech, BloodThe red leech can be deadly when the water is still very cold in the spring. A good method to try is to keep your boat 50-60 feet from the shore and cast your fly into the shallow...

Money Crab Money Crab
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Money Crabs are very adaptable with felt markers, and can be any color you want them. Obviously, for lighter or brighter colored crabs, you should start with his light colored fly. For darker colored alterations, start with the olive fly.

Morejohns Bantam Morejohns Bantam
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Within the last decade, the popularity of heavy, large profile steelhead flies like the famous 'Intruder' and others has grown dramatically among guides and anglers alike, especially in the PNW. Many anglers (who are not professionals or strong casters. i.e., most customers of lodges, guides and fly shops) have found it difficult to master the skills necessary to make fishable casts with heavy flies even when using the right equipment. The Bantam was designed to be fished with both the longer...

Morris Water Boatman Morris Water Boatman
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Morrishs Anato-May Morrishs Anato-May
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Smaller black beads are incorporated into this pattern to maintain more realistic coloration and sink rate. Heavy wire hooks don?t straighten under the weight of significant fish. These flies are counter-shaded like natural insects. They are heavy and extremely durable.Ken Morrish, who perfected this fly says, "Even though this is my go-to mayfly pattern, in the larger sizes (10?s) the Anato-may is your sleeper stonefly nymph. I say sleeper because its name narrows the scope of the pattern....

Morrishs Mouse Morrishs Mouse
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Mousing for trout is done in many parts of the world, most notably in Alaska, but also in Oregon where both bull trout and brown trout have been caught with mouse patterns. The mouse is even reported to attract very large taimen, which inhabit many of the watersheds in Asia.The Morrish Mouse designed by Ken Morris, owner of Fly Water Trave, LLC, is the pattern of choice when travelling in "BIG-TROUT" country. Even moderate size can eat a mouse.Larger trout such as the one above may eat several...

Morrishs Mouse 2.0 Morrishs Mouse 2.0
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Mousing for trout is done in many parts of the world, most notably in Alaska, but also in Oregon where both bull trout and brown trout have been caught with mouse patterns. The mouse is even reported to attract very large taimen, which inhabit many of the watersheds in Asia.The Morrish Mouse designed by Ken Morris, owner of Fly Water Trave, LLC, is the pattern of choice when travelling in "BIG-TROUT" country. Even moderate size can eat a mouse.Larger trout such as the one above may eat several...

Mosquito Mosquito
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One of the most recognized insects is the blood sucking mosquito. Of course, mosquitoes are aquatic insects, so they are always around water where people are fishing. Many anglers would associate mosquitoes as fish food. Because of their wandering life style, is doubtful that many adult mosquitoes are eaten by trout. However, the Mosquito fly has been very successful and is very popular with many anglers today. It is most successful as a fly for fishing lakes. This may be because it looks more...

Muddler Minnow Muddler Minnow
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The Muddler Minnow is one of the most popular fly patterns in the world. According to Joseph D. Bates, in his classic book "Streamers & Bucktails," the Muddler Minnow fly was invented by commercial fly tyer Don Gapen in about 1950 to catch Brook trout from the Nipigon River, Ontario, CA. Since then the "Muddler" has been copied by nearly every fly tyer and used to catch nearly every specie of fresh water game fish that will eat a fly. The Muddler was originally tied to represent the Cockatush...

Natural Crab Natural Crab
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Nealleys Hex Adult Nealleys Hex Adult
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This is a good simulation of a common variety of Hexagenia, which has a darker back and yellow wings. The bright yellow wing on this fly pattern also allows an angler to see his fly in low light conditions, and to distinguash it from the real insects during heavy hatches.

Nitro Caddis Pupa Bead Head Nitro Caddis Pupa Bead Head
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No Name Damsel Nymph No Name Damsel Nymph
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Damsel fly nymph color varies from lake to lake. The long, sparse marabou tail gives this fly a swimming action. It can look like several differene stillwater orgnisms. Fish this fly very slowly. First thing in the spring, use a floating & long leader in very shallow water.

Norm Woods Special Norm Woods Special
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Norm Wood was a very popular fishing guide on the Deschutes River for 30 years. His Golden Stonefly pattern is tied with a wing & tail made from tan dyed calf tail hair. Calf tail traps air between the hair fibers and floats very well. Some anglers believe that these flies will often out produce patterns tied with the more conventional elk hair wings and tails. There are a number of Norm Wood Specials out there. We have examined this pattern as tied by the originator, and copies of the...

Northwest Winter Nymph Kit Northwest Winter Nymph Kit
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Northwest Winter Nymph Kit These are the flies you will need to succeed when nymphing in the Pacific Northwest during the winter months. 18 flies in all, contained in a single compartment, snap lid, reusable plastic box. Contains 3 each of: Bead Head Caddis Larva Latex Caddis Larva Black Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph Silver Bead Head Lightning Bug Bead Head Pheasant Tail Bead Head Rubber Leg Hare's Ear During the winter months the biomass of insects in every river is at peak. Every...

October Phat Ass October Phat Ass
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A heavily weighted October Caddis pupa pattern commonly used for both trout and steelhead. October Caddis usually crawl out on mid-stream boulders or stream side vegetation to hatch. However a long drift period can happen before they crawl out of the water. Emergence usually happens strongest during low light conditions. From the second week of September to the middle of October, this caddis pattern will get you more steelhead hook-ups on your home river. If you don't mind casting this heavy...

Organza Callibeatis Spinner Organza Callibeatis Spinner
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Callibaetis are the most numerous mayflies in many of the Western Hemisphere's lakes, ponds and slow moving streams. In rich alkaline lakes, these insects can hatch in such numbers to mimic clouds of smoke. Trout, bass and panfish all eat Callibaetis Mayflies in the nymph, dun and spinner stages. The Organza Wing Callibaetis Spinner is the most popular pattern for the spinner fall of these insects.Organza is a thin, sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. Many modern organzas are woven with...

Organza Mahogany Spinner Organza Mahogany Spinner
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Many mayflies that in the dun stage are yellowish or pinkish color in the dun stage, turn mahogany color in the spinner stage. It always pays to capture one of the real flies so that you can match it for size and color. I like to carry a pair of high resolutions binoculars to scan the water and identify what trout are actually feeding on. My binoculars have been the downfall of may picky, selective trout.Organza spinners don't have a lot of flotation, and they must be dressed carefully with...