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AdamsAdamsThis American fly pattern is suitable for a wide range of applicationss. The Adams dry fly is considered by many anglers to be the best dry fly pattern ever conceived.
Adams ParachuteAdams ParachuteThe Adams is one of the most widely used flies on the water. It imitates many different kinds of trout food sources. You should always carry a selection of Adams dries in your fly box (sizes #10-20). It is a great searching pattern for unknown or unusual hatches.
Bead Head Prince NymphBead Head Prince NymphThe Prince nymph is a popular fly for both rivers and lakes. It is a general searching pattern, resembling nothing in particular but many things in general. The larger sizes can be used as imitations of the smaller stonefly species.
Chinese Red Natural StimulatorChinese Red Natural StimulatorStimulator dry flies are a go-to pattern, particularly when you're dry fly fishing during a big stone fly hatch or salmon fly hatch.
Dave's HopperDave's HopperDave's Hopper is a pattern designed by Dave Whitlock during the mid-1950's. This fly has a very realistic shape and good buoyancy. This pattern has been catching trout for years wherever terrestrials are likely to fall into the water.
E-Hopper MantisE-Hopper MantisIf you are looking for a un-sinkable, easy to see hopper pattern that makes a great footprint on the water then look no further.
Elk Hair Caddis BlackElk Hair Caddis BlackThe Elk Hair Caddis is the most common caddis imitation in the west and has caught countless trout. The fly floats well in rough water, but will work reasonably well in slower water as well.
Elk Hair Caddis BrownElk Hair Caddis BrownThe Elk Hair Caddis is the most common caddis imitation in the west and has caught countless trout. The fly floats well in rough water, but will work reasonably well in slower water as well.
Elk Hair Caddis OliveElk Hair Caddis OliveThe Elk Hair Caddis is the most common caddis imitation in the west and has caught countless trout. The fly floats well in rough water, but will work reasonably well in slower water as well.
Elk Hair Caddis TanElk Hair Caddis TanThe Elk Hair Caddis is the most common caddis imitation in the west and has caught countless trout. The fly floats well in rough water, but will work reasonably well in slower water as well.
Fat AlbertFat AlbertThe Fat Albert is extremely popular among angler familiar with them. Used to imitate hopper, stones or any other "big" bug!
Foam Leopard HopperFoam Leopard HopperThe Leopard Hopper has been designed to float like a cork and provide a realistic profile on the water.
Foam Para Hopper TanFoam Para Hopper TanThe foam parachute hopper was designed for those who want the realism and high visibility of the original para hopper, but want the floating ability of foam.
Foam Para Hopper YellowFoam Para Hopper YellowThe foam parachute hopper was designed for those who want the realism and high visibility of the original para hopper, but want the floating ability of foam.
G Hopper YellowG Hopper YellowThis is an excellent hopper imitation. It sits flat on the water and has a wonderful profile. The parachute makes it very easy to locate on the water surface.
Goddard CaddisGoddard CaddisCaddis and Sedge patterns are a "must have" in the fly box through the summer months. The Goddard Caddis is a great high floating fly.
Godzilla HopperGodzilla HopperThe Godzilla is a very good searching pattern used in the summer months. The foam body provides plenty of float and the bright colors entice a strike.
Griffith GnatGriffith GnatGriffiths Gnat imitates an adult midge (or cluster of midges) and is useful during midge hatches. While trout feed primarily on pupa during a midge hatch, they are often receptive to a well-presented Griffiths.
Hares Ear Parachute GrayHares Ear Parachute GrayWe have taken a traditional nymph pattern and given it "wings". These Hares Ear Parachute patterns are useful imitations of a variety of trout food sources. Available in sizes #10-20 and we recomend you carry a large selection in your fly box to "match the hatch".
Hares Ear Parachute OliveHares Ear Parachute OliveWe have taken a traditional nymph pattern and given it "wings". These Hares Ear Parachute patterns are useful imitations of a variety of trout food sources. Available in sizes #10-20 and we recomend you carry a large selection in your fly box to "match the hatch".
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