DDD

Originally tied by Tom Sutcliffe using deer hair with the intent of imitating a beetle, the DDD was eventually tied using nothing but Klipspringer for the tail, body and collar. This came about through a couple of Tom’s friends playing around with the pattern, namly Hugh Huntley and Bill Duckworth;…

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Humpy

he Humpy also comes in other colours like red, orange, black, yellow, lime and chartreuse. It is easy to see, rarely sinks, and trout just can’t seem to get enough of the yellow. The Humpy is one of our favourites for fishing fast flowing rivers due to it’s floating capabilities.…

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White Wulff

Can be used for all types of bugs including Light Cahills, some Drakes, and is great during Ephron hatches. This is on of the best dry flies for smallmouth bass! when they gorge themselves during the /ephron hatches in late summer. Also a great on for panfish. Lee Wulff made…

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Stubby Chubby – Tan

What a cool little micro version of a Chubby. This is one great pattern to have in the Summer months. Splat it down alongside some wood and watch what happens. What a cool little micro version of a Chubby. This is one great pattern to have in the Summer months.…

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Stimulator – Yellow

No trout box is complete without a selection of Stimulators! This one here does a nice job of imitating Yellow Sally stoneflies. Randall Kaufmann’s famous Stimulator dry fly. Use as a stonefly, as a hopper, as a large Caddis, for trout for bass, on western freestones, midwestern spring creeks, or…

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Stimulator – Orange

Use as a stonefly, as a hopper, as a large Caddis, for trout for bass, on western freestones, midwestern spring creeks, or mountain streams in the smokies. One of the most universal dry flies ever, do not ever go trout fishing without a handful of these. Randall Kaufmann’s famous Stimulator…

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Royal Wulff

Probably Lee Wulff’s most important contribution to the sport….and there were many. Calf tail split wings and deer hair tail make this attractor one best floating and easiest to see that there is. A great searching pattern to throw anytime in fast water, also a great pattern for fishing with…

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Royal Coachman

Probably the most familiar Brook Trout fly pattern there is. Originally designed as a Coachman imitation, the red floss was wrapped around the body to make the fly more durable against the teeth of Maine brook trout. First designed in 1878 by John Hailey and named by L. C. Orvis,…

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Quill Gordon

One of the first hatches of the season in the East. Classic Catskill style Quill Gordon still catches fish after all these years. A must have in the East in early spring! The Quill Gordon fly is one of the earliest eastern mayfly hatches in the spring. The flies hatch…

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Purple Parachute Adams

The Purple Parachute Adams is a great change to a classic pattern. Purple dries have become more and more popular as attactor patterns out west and it turns out that it works well almost anywhere as well. This is a great pocket water pattern for mountain streams and also a…

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Adams

The Adams was developed by Leonard Halladay from Mayfield, Michigan in 1922. We was encouraged to do so by his friend Charles Adams….thus the name. It has since become one of the most famous, if not THE most famous dry fly of all-time. The Adams is one of the most…

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