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Chans  Balanced Ruby-Eyed Leech
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Item #: 18-265 -

Chan's Balanced Ruby-Eyed Leech As I write this (May 12) the local rivers are swollen with spring runoff and almost all are too high and are unfishable with a fly. However, at this same time many of our lakes both locally and nationwide are thawing out and the trout are coming off a long low calorie winter. They are hungry and relatively naïve with the lack of angling pressure they’ve experienced under the ice the past several months. You can always rely on the classic woolly bugger, but if...

Howells Shuck It Jig Fly
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Item #: 05-182 -

Rowleys Balanced Leech, Black
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Item #: 18-4370 -

Rowleys BB Micro Leech, Black
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Item #: 18-4355 -

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Rowleys BB Micro Leech, Olive
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Item #: 18-4360 -

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Rowleys BB Micro Leech, Red, picture
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Item #: 18-4365 -

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Tungsten Jig Hares Ear
Price: $2.95
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Item #: TJ070 -

Tungsten jig hare’s ear What we say: In recent years there has been a European wave of patterns and techniques. Among them we found the euro- nymphing style of flies tied on jig hooks to be a welcome addition to our fly selection. Jig hooks are designed to ride point up. This seems like pretty basic change to a classic nymphs design but makes all the difference in the world. When you’re fishing a deeply sunk nymph with a standard hook point down, it risks hanging up on the bottom more...

Tungsten Jig Pheasant Tail
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Item #: TJ110 -

Tungsten Jig Pheasant tail What we say: In recent years there has been a European wave of patterns and techniques. Among them we found the euro- nymphing style of flies tied on jig hooks to be a welcome addition to our fly selection. Jig hooks are designed to ride point up. This seems like pretty basic change to a classic nymphs design but makes all the difference in the world. When you’re fishing a deeply sunk nymph with a standard hook point down, it risks hanging up on the bottom more...