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Bachmanns Bead Head Leech Bead Head Leech
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Item #: 904 -

There are many "wormy" looking creatures that live in aquatic environments. Most lakes and weedy streams have dense populations of leeches and aquatic worms. During much of the time, they are buried in the substrate or bottom vegetation. However, during low light conditions they often forage about where they are exposed to patrolling game fish. Trout and bass seek out these tender morsels and eat them like candy. This is especially true early in the spring before weeds start to grow. Leeches...

Bead Head Mini Leech Bead Head Mini Leech
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Item #: BS075 -

There are many "wormy" looking creatures that live in aquatic environments. Most lakes and weedy streams have dense populations of leeches and aquatic worms. During much of the time they are buried in the substrate or bottom vegetation. However during low light conditions they often forage about where they are exposed to patrolling game fish. Trout and bass seek out these tender morsels and eat them like candy. This is especially true early in the spring before weeds start to grow. Leeches are...

Black bead head wooly bugger fly
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These Bead Head Wooly Buggers have Flashabou Mylar in the marabou tail and down the sides of the body. This gives the flies a flashy lateral line. The weather doesn't always cooperate. Everyone else had quit fishing. They were huddled in small groups behind the van or in the pontoon boat trailer to get out of the ferocious wind that turned the center of the lake into white-caps. Dust blew and weeds flew. Fishing from a float tube was out of the question. No one could kick and hold themselves...

Chans  Balanced Ruby-Eyed Leech, Black
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Chans Balanced Ruby-Eyed Leech, Red
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Egg Sucking Loop Sculpin Egg Sucking Loop Sculpin
Price: $3.50
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Item #: ST287 -

Larimer's Egg Sucking Loop SculpinThe Loop Sculpin is a spinoff from the Loop Leech. Like the leech, the Sculpin has a loop of 30 pound Fire Line braid threaded through the rabbit strip body. The stinger hook is looped into the fire line. This design has a number of things going for it. First, the long rabbit strip creates a seductive swimming motion that brings the fly to life in the water. Furthermore, the single rabbit strip creates a large profile though still casts easily considering the...

Goat Leech Goat Leech
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Item #: 17472 -

Black & red is a deadly combination in leech patterns. Long slow strips on the retrieve are often best. Crawl it along the bottom of the lake. The Goat Leech has been proven in many reservoirs for both trout and bass.

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...

Rattlebugger
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Item #: 0052 -

The Rattlebuggers incorporate marabou around a curly wiggle tail, lead eyes, rubber legs and a glass rattle into exciting patterns that large game fish find hard to resist. Whether you are fishing for bass, pike, large trout, steelhead or salmon you want to be sure to have an assortment of these deadly flies.

Rickards Bead Head Stillwater Nymph Rickards Bead Head Stillwater Nymph
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Item #: 09-0104-10 -

Denny says: The Stillwater Nymph is as deadly as any fly I ever designed for stillwater trout. This is a highly suggestive pattern imitating a host of food sources found in lakes, especially the damsel nymph. This is the favorite of several versions I've tested extensively on lakes throughout the western states. This fly seems to work when most other patterns fail. The burnt orange hackle has a lot to do with the fly?s success. It?s best fished on a 5 or 7 foot clear sink-tip or the Camo...

Rickards Seal Bugger 2 Rickards Seal Bugger 2
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Rickards Seal Bugger 3 Rickards Seal Bugger 3
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Rowleys Balanced Leech, Black
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Item #: 18-4370 -

Rowleys BB Micro Leech, Black
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Rowleys BB Micro Leech, Olive
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Searching Bugger, Peacock & Olive
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Tungsten Gold Bead Thin Mint Fly, picture
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Item #: 13287 -

The Gold Bead Head Thin Mint is one of the most popular flies for catching trout in lakes east of the Cascade Mountains. It is also a good bet for early season bass. Next time you are fishing in the Deschutes for trout, try swinging a Thin Mint with a fast sinking line. Or better yet, try a light switch rod and a skagit line equipped with a T8 M.O.W. tip.

Black bugger fly
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The development of the Wooly Bugger can be traced to anglers such as Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton, who presented flies with palmered chicken hackle to fish in the rivers of 17th century Britain. Izaak Walton specifically mentions the Soldier Palmer in his well known book The Complete Angler, published 1653. In the modern era, palmered wet flies such as the Wooly Worm became very popular. In the 1960's & 70's nearly every fly fisher had several wooly worms in their fly box. When we opened...