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The Wolly Bugger may be the most recognizable fly in all of fly fishing. This fly is great for streamer fishing but can also be dead drifted for various species. From Pike to Carp this fly can produce.
The Wolly Bugger pattern tied with a beadhead to get a little deeper. Not only does the bead help the fly get deeper it also gives off the appearance of a small baitfish head. A fantastic pattern to use.
The Leech works well for various species. From Alaska Rainbows to Great Lakes Salmon the fly can produce. Strip it or dead drift with weight and you can land some trophy fish that are worth talking about.
The Leech pattern tied with a bead to get deeper in the water column. This fly works well for small bass, pike, and even steelhead.When you are on the water fishing for various species this is a great fly to use.
The Egg Sucking Leech is a fantastic pattern to fish. If you are fishing for Steelhead, Salmon, or other species it is a go to pattern. The front of the fly is tied to mimic an egg and the back is tied to resemble a leech eating the egg.
The San Juan produces fish all over the world. Most fish will eat a worm when given the chance. This fly works great as an attractor pattern as well. Excellent for Steelhead, bass, and even catfish.

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Buggers Leeches Worms Scuds











The Wolly Bugger may be the most recognizable fly in all of fly fishing. This fly is great for streamer fishing but can also be dead drifted for various species. From Pike to Carp this fly can produce.











The Wolly Bugger pattern tied with a beadhead to get a little deeper. Not only does the bead help the fly get deeper it also gives off the appearance of a small baitfish head. A fantastic pattern to use.











The Leech works well for various species. From Alaska Rainbows to Great Lakes Salmon the fly can produce. Strip it or dead drift with weight and you can land some trophy fish that are worth talking about.











The Leech pattern tied with a bead to get deeper in the water column. This fly works well for small bass, pike, and even steelhead.When you are on the water fishing for various species this is a great fly to use.











The Egg Sucking Leech is a fantastic pattern to fish. If you are fishing for Steelhead, Salmon, or other species it is a go to pattern. The front of the fly is tied to mimic an egg and the back is tied to resemble a leech eating the egg.











The San Juan produces fish all over the world. Most fish will eat a worm when given the chance. This fly works great as an attractor pattern as well. Excellent for Steelhead, bass, and even catfish.