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Sulphur Patterns

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  • Pheasant Tail Nymph Olive Pheasant Tail Nymph Black Pheasant Tail Nymph

    Pheasant Tail Nymph

    While there are no secret patterns that are guaranteed to catch fish every time you are on the water, the closest thing to it would be the Pheasant Tail Nymph.  This generalist nymph pattern is close enough in color to a host of invertebrate species...

  • Skinny Nelson

    Skinny Nelson

    Originally tied along the banks of Oregon's McKenzie river, and made famous on the Big Horn River in Montana, the Skinny Nelson is an unassuming, micro-nymph pattern that has proven the downfall of many a trout!  While a killer match for a number of...

  • Stalcup Baetis

    Stalcup Baetis

     The Stalcup Baetis is a bit of a bully when it comes to fly patterns.  It's not content to be fished for just one hatch and always wants to be a part of the action when matching a number of mayfly and stonefly species across the continent...

  • Sulphur Mayfly Selection

    Sulphur Mayfly Selection

    Found in rivers and streams throughout the entirety of the Eastern US and Canada as well as most of the Midwest, the Sulphur Mayfly (formally known as Ephemerella invaria or locally as Light Hendrickson) is one of the earliest and most anticipated mayfly...

    $18.50 - $48.50
  • Sulphur Sparkle Dun

    Sulphur Sparkle Dun

    The Sulphur Mayfly is among the most notable and eagerly anticipated (by both trout and the fly angler) late spring to early summer hatches for the whole Eastern seaboard.  The frantic emerger working its way through the surface of the water is one...

  • The Answer Dark Olive The Answer White The Answer Blue

    The Answer

    As its name would suggest, when another angler approaches you on the water and asks you what you are catching all of the fish on, your can tell them this fly is "The Answer".  Tied with an emerging wing bud, glass beadhead, and a long thread tail,...

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