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New Flies For 2020

New Fly Patterns 2020

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  1. 2 Bead Stonefly, Peacock

    2 Bead Stonefly, Peacock

    2 Bead Stonefly, Peacock

    Starting at: $1.07

  2. Army Mayfly, PMD

    Army Mayfly, PMD

    A great mayfly nymph designed to be used during Pale Morning Dun hatches.

    Starting at: $1.07

  3. B & B Caddis

    B & B Caddis

    The B & B Caddis is a soft and suttle caddis nymph pattern. It does really well on selective trout.

    Starting at: $0.98

  4. Barred Puff, Pink

    Barred Puff, Pink

    A barred version of the famous mini-puff. This fly works really well in gin-clear water.

    Starting at: $2.11

  5. Bashed Hippie, Lime

    Bashed Hippie, Lime

    This foam terrestrial is awesome! It can be fished as a grasshopper, ant, or beetle imitation. It works great as a point fly for a "Hopper-Dropper" set up. Simply using an improved clinch knot, tie a two feet long piece of tippet to the bend of the hook. Then attach a bead headed nymph to the end of the tippet piece, (like a Copper John), and you are instantly offering two varieties of food to the fish.

    Starting at: $1.07

  6. Bashed Hippie, Red

    Bashed Hippie, Red

    This foam terrestrial is awesome! It can be fished as a grasshopper, ant, or beetle imitation. It works great as a point fly for a "Hopper-Dropper" set up. Simply using an improved clinch knot, tie a two feet long piece of tippet to the bend of the hook. Then attach a bead headed nymph to the end of the tippet piece, (like a Copper John), and you are instantly offering two varieties of food to the fish.

    Starting at: $1.07

  7. Beadchain Permit Fly

    Beadchain Permit Fly

    Permit are some of the most selective fish on Earth. This fly is designed to land softly in the water, while the beads click together, mimicking the sound of a shrimp or crab crawling along the bottom. It works extremely well on bonefish too.

    Starting at: $2.11

  8. Beadhead Always Bug, Black

    Beadhead Always Bug, Black

    This bug ALWAYS catches fish...

    Starting at: $1.07

  9. Beadhead Bird of Prey, October Caddis

    Beadhead Bird of Prey, October Caddis

    A tried and true pattern, tied with orange dubbing and designed to be fished during October Caddis hatches.

    Starting at: $1.07

  10. Beadhead Birds Nest, Hares Ear

    Beadhead Birds Nest, Hares Ear

    A great attractor nymph for fishing a variety of caddis hatches.

    Starting at: $1.07

  11. Beadhead Birds Nest, Tan

    Beadhead Birds Nest, Tan

    A great attractor nymph for fishing a variety of caddis hatches.

    Starting at: $1.07

  12. Beadhead Crystal Avenger, Olive

    Beadhead Crystal Avenger, Olive

    A super durable, highly visible bead headed nymph, that will catch fish in all conditions.

    Starting at: $1.07

  13. Beadhead Electric Caddis

    Beadhead Electric Caddis

    Tied with a flashback, this caddis nymph is truly electrifying.

    Starting at: $1.07

  14. Beadhead Hares Ear, Guides Edition

    Beadhead Hares Ear, Guides Edition

    This tried and true pattern has been redesigned by fly fishing guides from around the world. With flash tied in across the back, premium Hare's Ear dubbing, and a few turns of saddle hackle for a collar, this fly is absolutely deadly!

    Starting at: $1.07

  15. Beadhead Hotwire Caddis, Black and Chartreuse

    Beadhead Hotwire Caddis, Black and Chartreuse

    This nymph is designed to be fished during caddis hatches. However, it can also be used to represent mayflies and stoneflies. Think of it like a fancy Copper John.

    Starting at: $1.07

  16. Beadhead Hotwire Caddis, Black and Olive

    Beadhead Hotwire Caddis, Black and Olive

    This nymph is designed to be fished during caddis hatches. However, it can also be used to represent mayflies and stoneflies. Think of it like a fancy Copper John.

    Starting at: $1.07

  17. Beadhead Hotwire Caddis, Black and Yellow

    Beadhead Hotwire Caddis, Black and Yellow

    This nymph is designed to be fished during caddis hatches. However, it can also be used to represent mayflies and stoneflies. Think of it like a fancy Copper John.

    Starting at: $1.07

  18. Beadhead Magic May, Baetis

    Beadhead Magic May, Baetis

    The Magic May is truly that..... Magic. Tie one of these on during any type of Mayfly hatch and let the results speak for themself.

    Starting at: $1.07

  19. Beadhead Magic May, Callibaetis

    Beadhead Magic May, Callibaetis

    This is a mayfly pattern that is designed to be used during Callibaetis hatches. It fishes particularly well on lakes.

    Starting at: $1.07

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    Beadhead Perdigon Addiction

    Tungsten beadhead, slim profile, epoxy coated, competition style nymph tied on Premium Firehole Stix hooks.

    Starting at: $1.21

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New Trout Fly Patterns

New fly patterns come out every year. Lots of times they are just the same old, same old fly, with either a new color variation added to it, or a new material added to it. However, every once in awhile there are some new fly patterns that come out that truly change the game. Often times these new fly patterns are developed by professional guides who are on the water day after day. They have to withstand the abuse from clients – the constant chewing on them from fish – and the exposure to the harsh elements. It’s extremely challenging to design discount flies that meets all these criteria, but it does happen.

New fly patterns are often designed out of a need to fill a niche. Especially new trout fly patterns. Trout flies are the most common of all fly fishing flies and for good very good reason. Many people fish for trout with a fly rod, so therefore most of your easily accessed trout fisheries see a lot of fishing pressure. The trout that live here become very educated, and the usual run of the mill flies that everyone else is fishing, just won’t cut it. The fish have been there and done that! Instead, you have to be innovative in order to get these fish to eat your fly. This is where the birth of new trout fly patterns takes place.

Creativity will go a long way here, along with lots of hours on the water, and a lot of trial and error. For instance, instead of trying to design new trout fly patterns that mimic a specific insect to a t, try making them stick out from the crowd. Make your new fly patterns have lots of flash and tie it in bright and bold colors. Instead of tying it to match the same size as all the naturals you are trying to mimic, make a size or two bigger so it stands out from the crowd. Lots of times, these new fly patterns will make fish react in whole different way. They will become inquisitive to it, or even very aggressive to it, and you will have a hot new fly to fish everywhere you go.

New steelhead fly patterns are this way as well. With steelhead flies though, it’s not so much about fishing over pressured fish, but rather coming up with a new way of making them swim through the water. With steelhead fishing, since these fish move so much in one day, your flies have to be designed to cover vast amounts of water all while enticing the fish to eat them. The best new steelhead fly patterns mimic caddisflies, saltwater shrimp flies, and a variety of baitfish flies and leeches.