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  1. Zoo Couger, Yellow

    Zoo Couger, Yellow

    Zoo Couger, Yellow

    Starting at: $0.88

  2. Zoo Cougar, Tan

    Zoo Cougar, Tan

    Tan Zoo Cougar: A newer style streamer that has really caught on. A great general baitfish imitation as well as a match for a sculpin. A good choice for Trout, Steelhead, and Bass.

    Starting at: $0.88

  3. Zoo Cougar, Purple

    Zoo Cougar, Purple

    Purple Zoo Cougar: A newer style streamer that has really caught on. A great general baitfish imitation as well as a match for a sculpin. A good choice for Trout, Steelhead, and Bass.

    Starting at: $0.88

  4. Zoo Cougar, Olive

    Zoo Cougar, Olive

    Olive Zoo Cougar: A newer style streamer that has really caught on. A great general baitfish imitation as well as a match for a sculpin. A good choice for Trout, Steelhead, and Bass.

    Starting at: $0.88

  5. Zoo Cougar, Black

    Zoo Cougar, Black

    Black Zoo Cougar: A newer style streamer that has really caught on. A great general baitfish imitation as well as a match for a sculpin. A good choice for Trout, Steelhead, and Bass.

    Starting at: $0.88

  6. Zonker, White

    Zonker, White

    White Zonker: This is a classic streamer pattern. A great baitfish imitation, as well as a general attractor pattern. This fly has lots of movement and a reflective Mylar belly. A great choice for Trout, Bass, Salmon, and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.88

  7. Zonker, Toothpick

    Zonker, Toothpick

    Toothpick Zonker: This is a classic streamer pattern. A great baitfish imitation, as well as a general attractor pattern. This fly has lots of movement and a reflective Mylar belly. A great choice for Trout, Bass, Salmon, and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.88

  8. Zonker, Chartreuse

    Zonker, Chartreuse

    Chartreuse Zonker: This is a classic streamer pattern. A great baitfish imitation, as well as a general attractor pattern. This fly has lots of movement and a reflective Mylar belly. A great choice for Trout, Bass, Salmon, and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.88

  9. Zonker, Black

    Zonker, Black

    Black Zonker: This is a classic streamer pattern. A great baitfish imitation, as well as a general attractor pattern. This fly has lots of movement and a reflective Mylar belly. A great choice for Trout, Bass, Salmon, and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.88

  10. Woolly Bugger, White

    Woolly Bugger, White

    White Woolly Bugger: This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly!

    Starting at: $0.88

  11. Woolly Bugger, Olive

    Woolly Bugger, Olive

    Olive Woolly Bugger: This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly!

    Starting at: $0.88

  12. Woolly Bugger, Ginger

    Woolly Bugger, Ginger

    Woolly Bugger, Ginger--This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly! The woolly is a very old fly originally published in Izaak Walton's 1653 book "The Compleat Angler." FLISTRSTA123

    Starting at: $0.88

  13. Woolly Bugger, Crystal

    Woolly Bugger, Crystal

    Crystal Woolly Bugger: A flashier version of the classic!  This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly!

    Starting at: $0.88

  14. Woolly Bugger, Chartreuse

    Woolly Bugger, Chartreuse

    Chartreuse Woolly Bugger: This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly!

    Starting at: $0.88

  15. Woolly Bugger, Brown

    Woolly Bugger, Brown

    Brown Woolly Bugger: This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly!

    Starting at: $0.88

  16. Woolly Bugger, Black

    Woolly Bugger, Black

    Black Woolly Bugger: This is one of the best flies known to man and the ultimate streamer. It is great for Bass, Carp, Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Fish it dead drift or strip it. Always a go-to fly!

    Starting at: $0.88

  17. WMD

    WMD

    WMD: A large heavily weighted streamer. The weighted eyes give this pattern a swimming motion when retreived. A great fly for large Trout, Salmon, and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.88

  18. White Marabou

    White Marabou

    White Marabou: A great baitfish imitation with a ton of movement from the liberal use of Marabou. A great fly for Trout, Salmon, and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.88

  19. Tungsten Angel Hair Bugger, Purple

    Tungsten Angel Hair Bugger, Purple

    This is a truly awesome streamer fly. It has a tungsten bead to get down fast, and a body that's made from leech yarn and angel hair. It can represent both leeches and baitfish, and can be used to catch anything from steelhead and trout, to bass and carp.

    Starting at: $1.23

  20. Tungsten Angel Hair Bugger, Olive

    Tungsten Angel Hair Bugger, Olive

    This is a truly awesome streamer fly. It has a tungsten bead to get down fast, and a body that's made from leech yarn and angel hair. It can represent both leeches and baitfish, and can be used to catch anything from steelhead and trout, to bass and carp.

    Starting at: $1.23

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Best Trout Streamers

Although many consider all streamers trout streamers, in fact these trout streamers are also effective for all sorts of species of fish. For now, we can focus on streamer flies for trout as well as the best trout streamers. Trout streamers in general represent any form of baitfish or crayfish, etc. They are usually fished by stripping and swimming the fly across the water. Although in some cases they are effective when fish dead drifted as you would a nymph or beadhead. The movement of the trout streamer represents the movement of the baitfish they replicate. Trout streamers can be fished in various sizes, and can be effective for even small trout. However, if large trout are your focus, you may want to focus on the trout streamers under the trophy streamer section. These larger patterns, and some that are even articulated for added size and movement are some of the best trout streamers you can fish, particularly for large trout.

As far as some of the best trout streamers, it is always good to carry some of the basics. Woolly Buggers (both beadhead and standard) are always a great option. In fact, the woolly bugger deserves a spot in absolutely everyone fly fisherman’s fly box. Other great options are sculpin patterns, leech patterns, and shiner patterns. All these dry flies are standard fare on most the water trout use for habitat. A good run of theses patterns in all of their various sizes and colors would get an angler in a position for success when fishing a streamer.

Often these patterns are fished on floating lines and longer leaders if the water does not have much depth or the fish are sitting higher in the water column. Various retrieves will work, but slower steady retrieves can often work. When trout are really chasing and they will accept a fast retrieve it can set you up for some of the most explosive strikes you will see all season. In other situations when you really need to get down, it is wise to fish these trout streamers on a sink tip or full sinking line. In these cases, it is often prudent to shorten your leader up quite a bit. The shorter leader will allow your flies to stay down and in line with the sinking portion of the line which is where the fish are, rather than riding up to high in the water column and passing over their heads. Be sure to give streamer fishing a try, it can be some of the most rewarding fishing you will do all season.