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Autumn Splendor Conehead Autumn Splendor Conehead
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Bachmanns Bead Head Leech Bead Head Leech
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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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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...

Bretts Klamath Intruder Bretts Klamath Intruder, 9-Colors, 1 7/8"
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Tied on a 15mm shank, this little intruder has all the characteristics of its big brother: it moves and breathes while maintaining a profile. Brett Jensen, Fly Designer: In the early seventies, fly tying materials were as hard to find as a ?Sasquatch.? Back then, the only reliable options for tying materials were from mail order companies. But, from the very beginning, even with limited access to basic materials, Brett knew he only wanted to fish with patterns of his design. Steelhead have...

Burmans Cradle Robber Alevin Burmans Cradle Robber Alevin
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Burman's Cradle Robber AlevinRemember those salmon that spawned in the rivers last fall? All winter those millions of salmon eggs have been incubating in the gravel. Now the river bed is about ready to bloom. Millions of salmon fry are about to emerge from the gravel creating an unseen super hatch. Trout eat baby salmon when they are abundant. Salmon alevin and fry fly patterns are often very productive during early spring for catching trout and whitefish. Many anglers are aware that when...

Dolly Llama Dolly Llama
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Egg Sucking Loop Sculpin Egg Sucking Loop Sculpin
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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...

Janssen Minnow Janssen Minnow
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Price: $1.75
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These are the real Umpqua Janssen Minnows as approved by Hal Janssen himself. 50% OFF true works of hand-painted art. The detail will amaze you. There will never again be flies like this approved by Hal Janssen. These are in short supply, and we are clearing them out to make room for new patterns. Hal Janssen created the Janssen Minnow series (1960's) to replicate small forage fish that trout and bass feed upon. Trout can be cannibalistic, feeding on their own young or the offspring of other...

King Alevin King Alevin
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The King Alevin fly is a durable, productive fly for trout and whitefish. It simulates Chinook salmon and other salmon fry in the "sack fry" stage. May be dead-drifted like a nymph or swung like a streamer.

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...

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...

Rickards Seal Bugger 2 Rickards Seal Bugger 2
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Rickards Seal Bugger 3 Rickards Seal Bugger 3
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Rowells Sticky Sculpin TB Rowells Sticky Sculpin TB, Alaska fly, steelhead fly
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Rowell's Sticky Sculpin Tube Fly This is what fishing guide, Nick Rowell says about his fly: "The Sticky Sculpin was originally tied for targeting big Alaskan rainbows, while guiding on the Kanektok River. Since then, it has become a go-to steelhead fly for me. I tie this fly on when the river drops and clears, or later in the season when the fish have been in the river a while. It is especially productive in the spring, and seems to get hit extra hard that time of year. I will also go to the...

Sculpin Big Gulp Sculpin Big Gulp
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Mike McCune says this about the the Big Gulp Sculp, "The Big Gulp Sculpin, like so many other original patterns, has been in a constant state of evolution for more than 20 years. Originally designed to imitate sculpins and blackfish found in the waters of Southwest Alaska, colors have been incorporated to mimic or suggest forage fish species found world-wide. One of the characteristics that make the fly so successful is the incorporation of both rabbit fur and marabou. The deer hair collar,...

Sculpin Shiela Sculpin Shiela
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This impressionistic pattern doesn't look like much like a sculpin until it is wet. Then it becomes very convincing to both anglers and fish. Take some of these flies with you on your next expedition to Alaska, Montana or Deschute summer steelhead fishing.

Sculpzilla Sculpzilla, trout flies, fresh water, cold saltwater, weighted, streamers
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Sculpzilla Flies Sculpzilla was designed to fulfill the need for a streamer that would dredge the deepest pools while enabling an effective presentation of a sculpin darting for a hiding place. While working with the prototypes, a stinger hook was chosen because of great holding properties, and less damage to fish due to the narrow gauge and short shank of the octopus hook. Another design benefit of the stinger is that since the hook is not connected to the head in the traditional sense, the...

Searching Bugger, Peacock & Olive
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Slump Buster Barrs Slump Buster Barrs
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Trout Spey Fly Equalizer Kit Trout, Spey, Fly Equalizer Kit, streamer flies, for trout
Retail: $71.45
Price: $65.95
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Trout Spey Fly Equalizer Kit No one has more years of experience fishing trout with small Spey Rods than the crew at The Fly Fishing Shop, in Welches, Oregon. Taking their obsession from the steelhead and salmon scene to rivers like the Deschutes for trout was just a natural progression, which started while spey casting single-handers with Teeny lines back in the early eighties. Actually, for Mark Bachmann, streamer fishing for giant Bull Trout and Kamloops started In Northern Idaho in the...

Tungsten Gold Bead Thin Mint Fly, picture
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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...