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Bass & Pike Flies

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  1. 90 Degree Jig, Black

    90 Degree Jig, Black

    Great for vertical presentations in thick cover.

    Starting at: $1.72

  2. 90 Degree Jig, White

    90 Degree Jig, White

    Great for vertical presentations in thick cover.

    Starting at: $1.72

  3. Angel Hair Perch Fry

    Angel Hair Perch Fry

    Angel Hair Perch Fry: An excellent Bass pattern in lakes where Perch are a prevelant food source.

    Starting at: $2.46

  4. Articulated Mouse, White

    Articulated Mouse, White

    Pure meat for bass and big trout. This mouse fly has a ton of movement and is tied with only one weedless trailing hook.

    Starting at: $2.46

  5. Bluegill Spider, Black

    Bluegill Spider, Black

    Bluegill Spider, Black

    Starting at: $0.84

  6. Bluegill Spider, Bumblebee

    Bluegill Spider, Bumblebee

    Bumblebee Bluegill Spider:  A great attractor pattern for panfish.  Simple but effective, the rubberlegs incorportate a lot of movement. 

    Starting at: $0.84

  7. Bluegill Spider, Chartreuse

    Bluegill Spider, Chartreuse Butt

    Bluegill Spider, Chartreuse Butt

    Starting at: $0.84

  8. Bluegill Spider, Orange

    Bluegill Spider, Orange

    Orange Bluegill Spider:  A great attractor pattern for panfish.  Simple but effective, the rubberlegs incorportate a lot of movement. 

    Starting at: $0.84

  9. Bluegill Spider, Yellow Butt

    Bluegill Spider, Yellow Butt

    Bluegill Spider, Yellow Butt

    Starting at: $0.84

  10. Clouser, Blue and White

    Clouser, Blue and White

    Blue and White Clouser: This is the all-around, go-to pattern for any kind of Saltwater fishing. Also a great choice for Bass and Pike. The lead eyes add weight and a swimming motion when stripped. Truly a must-have!

    Starting at: $1.53

  11. Clouser, Chartreuse and White

    Clouser, Chartreuse and White

    Chartreuse and White Clouser: This is the all-around, go-to pattern for any kind of Saltwater fishing. Also a great choice for Bass and Pike. The lead eyes add weight and a swimming motion when stripped. Truly a must-have!

    Starting at: $1.53

  12. Clouser, Gray and White

    Clouser, Gray and White

    Gray and White Clouser: This is the all-around, go-to pattern for any kind of Saltwater fishing. Also a great choice for Bass and Pike. The lead eyes add weight and a swimming motion when stripped. Truly a must-have!

    Starting at: $1.53

  13. Criss Cross Crawfish Olive

    Criss Cross Crawfish Olive

    Bass cannot resist a food so high in protein such as crawfish.

    Starting at: $2.46

  14. Deep Diver, Chartreuse

    Deep Diver, Chartreuse

    Deep Diver, Chartreuse--A great pattern for striped bass and a variety of other big game species.

    Starting at: $2.90

  15. Deer Hair Mouse, Rubberleg

    Deer Hair Mouse, Rubberleg

    This mouse pattern is deadly. With the addition of the rubberlegs, it fishes great even when sitting still.

    Starting at: $2.46

  16. Diver, Chartreuse and Yellow

    Diver, Chartreuse and Yellow

    One of the all time favorite color combinations for bass.

    Starting at: $2.46

  17. Diver, Rabbit Strip

    Diver, Rabbit Strip

    Rabbit Strip Diver: A great fly for Bass and Pike. The fly is designed to be pulled underwater when stripped. The rabbit tail adds a ton of movement.

    Starting at: $2.46

  18. Double Bunny

    Double Bunny

    Double Bunny: A great fly for Bass and Pike. The rabbit fur adds movement, and the eyes make it look realistic.

    Starting at: $2.46

  19. Dustin's Destroyer, Black and Purple

    Dustin's Destroyer, Black and Purple

    If you have ever fished with Captain Dustin Sergent, you know that these flies produce! Designed to mimic just about any baitfish imaginable, these flies are tied from a material that will not absorb water, making them a breeze to cast. Once wet, they become translucent underwater, enticing highly selective fish into biting. They also allow for a soft and quiet presentation when fishing shallow water, undoubtedly resulting in more hook-ups. Plain and simple, if you wanna catch more fish, tie on one of these things!

    Starting at: $4.93

  20. Dustin's Destroyer, Blue and White

    Dustin's Destroyer, Blue and White

    If you have ever fished with Captain Dustin Sergent, you know that these flies produce! Designed to mimic just about any baitfish imaginable, these flies are tied from a material that will not absorb water, making them a breeze to cast. Once wet, they become translucent underwater, enticing highly selective fish into biting. They also allow for a soft and quiet presentation when fishing shallow water, undoubtedly resulting in more hook-ups. Plain and simple, if you wanna catch more fish, tie on one of these things!

    Starting at: $4.93

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Bass Flies

There’s no other way to put it! Bass flies are fun to fish, just check out our Mouserat fly! They are big and bright, and have lots of rubber legs and googly eyes. They float high, push lots of water, and make a lot of noise. These discount flies are usually tied out of deer hair, which is a hollow bodied hair, making them very buoyant. They are tied to mimic creatures like rats, mice, snakes, and frogs, such as our frog swimming fly.

There are many ways to fish these different bass flies. Most often, you will need an 8-weight rod with a floating line, and an eight-foot leader that is tapered down to the 10-12-pound class. When fishing these fly fishing flies for bass, you want to cast towards the bank, or parallel to it. In most cases, you want to make the fly land like a hand grenade when it hits the water. Think about the noise a frog would make when it jumps in the lake, or how a mouse would struggle to swim if it fell in the water. This is how you want to make your bass flies swim. Loud and erratic. The exception to this would be if you are fishing a crystal clear lake, or fishing a lake that receives a ton of pressure. In these circumstances, bass tend to be spookier, and a hell of a lot more educated, and therefore require a stealthier approach. The best bass flies for a lake like this will be tied thin and sparse, and usually in a variety of natural colors.

Similar to bass flies, pike flies are designed to catch predator fish. Pike fly patterns are also big and bright, and designed to push lots of water. They are usually tied longer than bass flies to incorporate more movement, and represent a variety of other fish, as that is what Pike mainly incorporate into their diet. These dry flies will most often be tied with weed guards, as Pike tend to mainly ambush their prey in shallow, weedy areas of the lake. This also provides fly anglers a great opportunity to sight fish for these magnificent fish. You can search for these fish hunting in shallow waters, make a cast to them, and if you present the fly properly, you will be rewarded with an exciting and super aggressive eat. Pike flies can also be used to fish for other species of fish like Musky, Bass, and large trout. Unlike fly fishing flies for bass, pike flies will get chewed up by the carnivorous teeth found inside a pikes mouth, and fly anglers will therefore want to make sure they have enough of them when traveling to a pike fishing destination.