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The Adam's dry fly is an absolute classic. Tied to imitate most Mayflies floating down the river. Inticing to actively feeding browns and rainbows; they just cannot resist this pattern during a heavy Mayfly hatch.
The Adam's irresistible floats high and is a great spin off pattern of the classic Adam's. Thanks to its deer hair body the fly floats high in faster currents and produces tons of fish during Mayfly hatches.
The Parachute Adams Hi-Vis is tied with a pink post for easy visibility. A great pattern to use during mayfly hatches. The parachute style fly allows the body to get closer to the surface of the water.
A great variation of a Blue Wing Olive dry fly. The foam closely resembles a real wing making it a perfect imitation for hesitant fish. A must have for your fly box during Mayfly hatches.
The Blue Dun dry resembles many different types of Mayflies and has been producing fish for years. Whether you have tons of flies in your box or are just starting out this is a great fly to have on hand.
When the Blue Winged Olive Mayfly is hatching you will be in for some great action. I have personally seen hundreds of trout rising at once for this Mayfly. Make sure you have the fly on hand and in all sizes. A great pattern to imitate the BWO.
The BWO Parachute is a great spin off of the classic pattern. The body of the fly rides lower on the water surface and has a high-vis shuck in the middle for easy detection. A great fly to have in your box during big Blue Winged Olive hatches.
If you have Callibaetis Mayflies near you this is a must have pattern. The low riding profile entices trout to strike thanks to this parachute style pattern. Also resembles other types of Mayflies.
Imitates a spent Callibaetis. A spinner fall can be one of the most fun hatches to fish. Hundreds of fish rise at a time for these Mayflies. Make sure to have this pattern on hand during Callibaetis season.
An absolute must have for a Callibaetis pattern. This pattern is perfect for those who are looking to closely mimic the looks of an actual Callibaetis. Produces lots of fish and floats well.
Hendricksons hatch all over. Make sure to have this pattern on hand when they are floating down the water. Great action can come from this fly if used at the right time, also works great for other dark Mayfly species.
There are tons of Mayflies species. This fly is a great pattern for any light colored Mayfly making it one of the most popular patterns. The Light Cahill makes it easier on you when Mayflies are hatching.
An amazing representation of a Light Hendrickson Mayfly. This pattern works flawlessly during Hendrickson and other light colored Mayfly hatches. An absolute piece of art that should be in everyones fly box.
March Browns are large Mayflies that you can find near your local water. We tie them parachute style to make sure the body of the fly is visible to the fish. The fly rides low on the water and is great for March Brown hatches.
Pale Morning Duns hatch in very large numbers and can be found in various locations. When you see a yellow Mayfly coming off put this pattern on and be ready to catch a ton of fish on top.
The classic PMD pattern tied parachute style. Like all parachute flies the body rides low on the water and is very easy to see. Produces lots of fish all over. A must have when you are on the water.
One of the most popular and versatile dry fly patterns on the planet. Great as an attractor pattern and even works well during mayfly hatches. Variations in color imitate multiple bug species.

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Mayfly Caddis Midge Stonefly Terrestrials











The Adam's dry fly is an absolute classic. Tied to imitate most Mayflies floating down the river. Inticing to actively feeding browns and rainbows; they just cannot resist this pattern during a heavy Mayfly hatch.











The Adam's irresistible floats high and is a great spin off pattern of the classic Adam's. Thanks to its deer hair body the fly floats high in faster currents and produces tons of fish during Mayfly hatches.











The Parachute Adams Hi-Vis is tied with a pink post for easy visibility. A great pattern to use during mayfly hatches. The parachute style fly allows the body to get closer to the surface of the water.











A great variation of a Blue Wing Olive dry fly. The foam closely resembles a real wing making it a perfect imitation for hesitant fish. A must have for your fly box during Mayfly hatches.











The Blue Dun dry resembles many different types of Mayflies and has been producing fish for years. Whether you have tons of flies in your box or are just starting out this is a great fly to have on hand.











When the Blue Winged Olive Mayfly is hatching you will be in for some great action. I have personally seen hundreds of trout rising at once for this Mayfly. Make sure you have the fly on hand and in all sizes. A great pattern to imitate the BWO.











The BWO Parachute is a great spin off of the classic pattern. The body of the fly rides lower on the water surface and has a high-vis shuck in the middle for easy detection. A great fly to have in your box during big Blue Winged Olive hatches.











If you have Callibaetis Mayflies near you this is a must have pattern. The low riding profile entices trout to strike thanks to this parachute style pattern. Also resembles other types of Mayflies.











Imitates a spent Callibaetis. A spinner fall can be one of the most fun hatches to fish. Hundreds of fish rise at a time for these Mayflies. Make sure to have this pattern on hand during Callibaetis season.











An absolute must have for a Callibaetis pattern. This pattern is perfect for those who are looking to closely mimic the looks of an actual Callibaetis. Produces lots of fish and floats well.











Hendricksons hatch all over. Make sure to have this pattern on hand when they are floating down the water. Great action can come from this fly if used at the right time, also works great for other dark Mayfly species.











There are tons of Mayflies species. This fly is a great pattern for any light colored Mayfly making it one of the most popular patterns. The Light Cahill makes it easier on you when Mayflies are hatching.











An amazing representation of a Light Hendrickson Mayfly. This pattern works flawlessly during Hendrickson and other light colored Mayfly hatches. An absolute piece of art that should be in everyones fly box.











March Browns are large Mayflies that you can find near your local water. We tie them parachute style to make sure the body of the fly is visible to the fish. The fly rides low on the water and is great for March Brown hatches.











Pale Morning Duns hatch in very large numbers and can be found in various locations. When you see a yellow Mayfly coming off put this pattern on and be ready to catch a ton of fish on top.











The classic PMD pattern tied parachute style. Like all parachute flies the body rides low on the water and is very easy to see. Produces lots of fish all over. A must have when you are on the water.











One of the most popular and versatile dry fly patterns on the planet. Great as an attractor pattern and even works well during mayfly hatches. Variations in color imitate multiple bug species.