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  1. Zebra Midge, Gray

    Zebra Midge, Gray

    Gray Zebra Midge: This is one of the more popular Midge patterns. This fly provides the perfect outline of a Midge larva. Midges are extremely prevelant, and an important food source for Trout, making this an essential fly to carry.

    Starting at: $0.81

  2. Worm, Sparkle

    Worm, Sparkle

    Sparkle Worm: This is a great fly that very closely matches aquatic worms. Also, like most worm imitations, it is just a good pattern to grab a trouts attention.

    Starting at: $0.81

  3. Whitefly, Parachute

    Whitefly, Parachute

    Whitefly, Parachute

    Starting at: $0.92

  4. Whitefly

    Whitefly

    Whitefly: The Whitefly can be a significant late season hatch. In the Eastern United States during the end of August, when nothing else is really going on, these flies come off by the thousands, peeking the interest of Smallmouth and Trout.

    Starting at: $0.92

  5. Wet Fly, Sulphur

    Wet Fly, Sulphur

    Sulphur Wet Fly: Sulphur version of the wet fly. Often times, fish will key in on emergers more so than the duns during a hatch. If your dries are being refused, try this traditional pattern.

    Starting at: $0.81

  6. Wet Fly, March Brown

    Wet Fly, March Brown

    March Brown Wet Fly: March Brown version of the wet fly. Often times fish will key in on emergers more so than the duns during a hatch. If your dries are being refused, try this traditional pattern.

    Starting at: $0.81

  7. Wet Fly, Dark Hendrickson

    Wet Fly, Dark Hendrickson

    Dark Hendickson Wet Fly: Dark Hendrickson version of the wet fly. Often times fish will key in on emergers more so than the duns during a hatch. If your dries are being refused, try this traditional pattern.

    Starting at: $0.81

  8. WD 40 Brown, Fly Fishing Flies, Nymphs. Discount flies at theflystop.com. High Resolution.

    WD 40, Brown

    Brown WD 40: This is one of the more popular Midge patterns. It is also a great imitation of small Mayflies. A must have fly for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  9. Warrior

    Warrior

    Warrior: This is a never style pattern that has really caught on. Not only an excellent Midge pattern, it is a great searching nymph as well. One of the must have new flies for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.84

  10. Sulphur, Parachute

    Sulphur, Parachute

    Parachute Sulphur: The Sulphur is one of the most significant hatch on many waters. This parachute style is great for calmer water as it sits down in the surface film and provides a natural profile.

    Starting at: $0.92

  11. Sulphur Nymph

    Sulphur Nymph

    Sulphur Nymph: A great nymph pattern to match the Sulphur hatch. This pattern is also a good general attractor fly, and it fishes well in off colored water. A great nymph for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  12. Sulphur Dun

    Sulphur Dun

    Sulphur Dun: Sulphurs are a very significant hatch on many waters throughout the country. This hatch can last quite awhile, and for many waters this is the best hatch of the entire year.

    Starting at: $0.92

  13. Sucker Spawn, Chartreuse

    Sucker Spawn, Chartreuse

    Chartreuse Sucker Spawn: This is one of the most well known of egg patterns. Originally tied to represent an egg cluster for Steelhead, this pattern has proved extremely succesful for Trout as well. Tied with Angora yarn to provide movement.

    Starting at: $0.81

  14. Stimulator Orange and Yellow, Fly Fishing Flies, Dry Flies. Discount flies at theflystop.com. Small Image.

    Stimulator, Orange and Yellow

    Orange and Yellow Stimulator: All time favorite attractor pattern. This pattern is both high floating and extremely visible. Excellent choice for a searching pattern and to fish above a droppper.

    Starting at: $0.92

  15. Spinner, Sulphur

    Spinner, Sulphur

    Sulphur Spinner: Spinner patterns represent the spent version of a Mayfly. After they are done mating, a Mayfly will fall to the water in the spent postition, wings laying flat on the water. This pattern perfectly replicates the "spent" Mayfly.

    Starting at: $0.92

  16. Spinner, Light Cahill

    Spinner, Light Cahill

    Light Cahill Spinner: Spinner patterns represent the spent version of a Mayfly. After they are done mating, a Mayfly will fall to the water in the spent postition, wings laying flat on the water. This pattern perfectly replicates the "spent" Mayfly.

    Starting at: $0.92

  17. Soft Hackle, Baetis

    Soft Hackle, Baetis

    Baetis Soft Hackle: This fly represents an emerging Baetis (Blue Wing Olive) Mayfly. The Blue Wing Olive is one of the most prevalant hatches there is, making this a must have pattern to properly imitate the emergers.

    Starting at: $0.81

  18. Scrambled Egg, Cerise

    Scrambled Egg, Cerise

    Cerise Srambled Egg: This egg pattern was originally developed for Great Lakes Steelhead fishing. It is designed to resemble a small cluster of eggs. As with all egg patterns not only a great choice for Steelhead, but Trout as well.

    Starting at: $0.81

  19. San Juan Worm, Red

    San Juan Worm, Red

    Red San Juan Worm: This worm imitation represents an aquatic worm which is a prevalant food source for Trout. More than anything, it is just a good attractor pattern that Trout really seem to like.

    Starting at: $0.81

  20. Salmonfly, Triple Decker

    Salmonfly, Triple Decker

    Triple Decker Salmonfly: A great, high floating imitation of a giant Stonefly. This is also a great searching pattern, and a top choice to fish above a dropper.

    Starting at: $1.07

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In our opinion, Michigan is one of the best, if not THE best fly fishing state in the U.S. That isn't surprising, considering it has everything from clear water "flats" style of fishing, to plenty of world class trout streams, lakes, and rivers. Even though this state may not pop up in your mind right away, many anglers find it to be true. The area has a number of fish species, which include salmon, steelhead, walleye, pike, panfish, bass, and of course trout. And while these species attract most anglers focus, the upper peninsula area has become really popular for it's flats style, clearwater, sight fishing for smallmouth bass and carp.  This diversity is a big draw for anglers. It gives people a chance to catch a variety of species without having to travel to multiple states. Places like the Au Sable, the Pere Marquette, and the Muskegon River, all offer some truly word class fly fishing.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has a number of impressive statistics to share. These include the fact there are over 20,000 miles worth of cold water. This is the exact kind of water that trout love. Many of these waters are excellent for wading and shore fishing, which are favorites among anglers. It should also be mentioned that a good number of these rivers and streams are known for large hatches of aquatic insects, such as the fabled "hex" hatch. This can turn a decent fishing experience into an absolutely amazing one. Click the links on the left, to see some of our favorite places to fish in this state.