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- Amy's Ant
Biologist Selected. Fish Approved.
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Tied with a high floating foam body, a widespread hair wing, and rubber legs that dance on top of the water, the Amy's Ant is equally effective as a terrestrial and adult stonefly imitation. Fish it large, fish it often, and hold onto your fly rod!
Fly Category: Attractor Pattern
Family: Stonefly, Terrestrials
Species: Early Brown (Willowfly) Stonefly, Golden Stonefly, Skwala Stonefly, Grasshopper
Life Stage: Adult
We pride ourselves in the production of quality flies and fishing gear, and want our customers to be 100% satisfied with every purchase they make from Ascent Fly Fishing. That's why we are happy to offer a 30 day return policy on all items that are unused, are in brand new condition, and come back with their original tags and packaging. Items that are returned beyond 30 days will be eligible for store credit, which will be issued in the form of a gift certificate. Items returned without their original packaging and tags, or items that have been used are not eligible for return.
This policy applies to all products we sell with the exception of terminal tackle (leaders, tippets, weights, floatants, indicators, etc.), digital downloads, classes, sale items and Biologist Crafted Fly Selections.
A 10% restocking fee will apply.
The Client will be responsible for paying the shipping costs to return the item. Shipping costs are nonrefundable.
My "Go-To" Freestone Summer Fly
Posted by Jeff in Denver on 22nd Sep 2021
You can't beat dry fly fishing with a terrestrial. In the summer and early fall, this pattern will usually get the attention of hungry trout. Large enough to hold a size 16 dropper and floats high for good visibility, but small enough to mimic large flying insects and small terrestrials. A must have in the fly box. These were well tied and hold up to continuous beatings.
A “Frankenbug” that works
Posted by Bo on 29th Aug 2020
Picked Amy’s Ant as a test for a Washington State off the map river. Used a variety of Hoppers, Stims, etc..Amy’s Ant (green/yellow) continually produced 16 + inch rainbows, cut-bow and Cutthroat when nothing else worked. Not a biologist, don’t know why it slays fish, but success is success. Not five stars just because of simple thread issues/tie quality(difficult fly to tie) Enjoy!
Great fly if you want to catch fish
Posted by Kevin Fricke on 18th Jul 2020
Love this fly. COULD YOU MAKE THIS FLY WITH A YELLOW BODY? Would love to see it in yellow.
If you're only going to pack one terrestrial...
Posted by Jordan on 23rd Oct 2018
This is the terrestrial to have if you enjoy catching fish. I've noticed it works especially well on high alpine lakes. Thanks to its sparkling bottom, Fish come up from the deep and jump for this sucker!