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    Lefty Kreh developed the Deceiver bait-fish series around fisherman's principles. A fly has to be streamlined enough to be cast easily and accurately. Any fly that will foul around the hook is a distraction. Deceivers have a very realistic silhouette and don't foul very often. They are slightly buoyant which gives them a unique action when fished with either floating or sinking lines. We've taken the liberty to add our own improvements to the patterns by adding Flashabou, hand painted eyes and an epoxy coating on the head. Every fly listed here is unique and designed by us. These flies are tied on stainless steel saltwater resistant hooks and are constructed for durability using only the finest materials available.

    Deceiver, Black
    A great fly for night fishing for big jacks, or when fishing turbid water for tarpon. This fly can also be very productive when fishing shore lines for snappers and cabrilla.
    Deceiver, Blue/White
    This is a top pattern for many near-shore and blue water game fish. Pacific yellowtail, dorado, skipjack tuna, yellow fin tuna, green jacks, jack crevelle, groupers and snappers have all fallen for this pattern. In the Caribbean, giant barracuda, jacks and even tarpon have been landed on this Blue & White Deceiver. Take a few of these on your next pike, lake trout or Pacific salmon trip.
    Deceiver, Green/White
    Lots of flash in this pattern gives it a wounded baitfish look. Many bait fish get a sparkly look after they have been struck and some of their scales have been knocked loose. This is often a key for attack by several species of predator fish such as giant barracuda and Chinook salmon. There are many species of bait fish that have greenish or olive colored backs. This fly can be deadly on many species of large game fish in both fresh water and saltwater. Take a few of these on your next pike, lake trout or Pacific salmon trip.
    Deceiver, Red/White
    This is obviously a bleeding or blood-shot bait fish pattern. Ask any near-shore saltwater guide for a list of his favorite flies or casting plugs and you can be sure that red and white will show up in the mix. That is because most predator fish will target wounded bait.
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    I have the chartreuse colored deceiver in my fly box and it works almost every time!