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  1. Beadhead Woolly Bugger, Pink

    Beadhead Woolly Bugger, Pink

    Beadhead Pink 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: $0.97

  2. Beadhead Zebra Midge, Black

    Beadhead Zebra Midge, Black

    Beadhead Black 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: $0.97

  3. Blood Dot, Chartreuse/Cerise Dot

    Blood Dot, Chartreuse/Cerise

    Chartreuse and Cerise Blood Dot: The Blood Dot is an egg pattern originally designed for Great Lakes Steelhead fishing. Although originally for Steelhead fishing, these patterns are extremely effective for Trout as well, and excellent attractors

    Starting at: $0.81

  4. Blood Line, Egg/Baby Pink

    Blood Line, Egg/Baby Pink

    Egg and Baby Pink Blood Line: A multi-colored variation of the famous Scrambled Egg, which was designed for Great Lakes Steelhead fishing. These eggs flies are also extremely effective for Trout fishing, and are great attractor flies.

    Starting at: $0.81

  5. Blue Wing Olive

    Blue Wing Olive

    Blue Wing Olive: BWOs are an extremely prevelant Mayfly and hatch at various times throughout the year, making them a very important food source for Trout. This dry fly is the exact match.

    Starting at: $0.92

  6. Blue Wing Olive CDC Emerger, Fly Fishing Flies, Nymphs. Discount flies at theflystop.com. High Resolution.

    Blue Wing Olive, CDC Emerger

    CDC Blue Wing Olive Emerger: This pattern perfectly mimics a hatching Baetis. The body is designed to sit down in the water, as the CDC holds the top above the water, and represents the emerging wing. Also, very effective fished dead drift.

    Starting at: $0.81

  7. Blue Wing Olive, Gilled

    Blue Wing Olive, Gilled

    Gilled Blue Wing Olive Nymph: A detailed Baetis nymph, that provides a lot of movement underwater. A great choice for finicky Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  8. Blue Wing Olive, Parachute

    Blue Wing Olive, Parachute

    Parachute Blue Wing Olive: Blue Wing Olives are an extremely prevelant Mayfly and hatch at various times throughout the year, making them a very important food source for trout. The parachute style is the perfect choice for calmer water.

    Starting at: $0.92

  9. Bogus Stonefly, Brown

    Bogus Stonefly, Brown

    Brown Bogus Stonefly: Great looking realistic stonefly imitation. Very detailed features make this a top choice for Trout and Steelhead. Add weight and fish deep to entice strikes.

    Starting at: $1.07

  10. Bumblebee

    Bumblebee

    Bumblebee

    Starting at: $1.03

  11. Burnt Wing, Dark Hendrickson

    Burnt Wing, Dark Hendrickson

    Burnt Wing, Dark Hendrickson

    Starting at: $0.92

  12. Burnt Wing, Light Cahill

    Burnt Wing, Light Cahill

    Burnt Wing, Light Cahill

    Starting at: $0.92

  13. Burnt Wing, Light Hendrickson

    Burnt Wing, Light Hendrickson

    Burnt Wing, Light Hendrickson

    Starting at: $0.92

  14. Burnt Wing, Mahogany

    Burnt Wing, Mahogany

    Burnt Wing, Mahogany

    Starting at: $0.92

  15. C. Peanut, Olive Tandem

    C. Peanut, Olive Tandem

    C. Peanut, Olive (Tandem)

    Starting at: $2.71

  16. Clod Hopper, Green

    Clod Hopper, Green

    This hopper pattern gives others the boot! Made of foam so it floats forever, plus a tuft of poly yarn to make it's profile visible to you.

    Starting at: $1.03

  17. Copper Stonefly, Brown

    Copper Stonefly, Brown

    Brown Copper Stonefly: Unique stonefly imitation with a lots of bells and whistles. Copper incorporated into the abdomen and rubber legs are sure to entice strikes from both Trout and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $1.07

  18. Crayfish

    Crayfish

    Crayfish: Crayfish are a predominant food source for Trout, Bass, Carp, and Steelhead. Add some weight and strip this fly right along the bottom to entice a strike.

    Starting at: $0.97

  19. Cripple, Blue Wing Olive

    Cripple, Blue Wing Olive

    Blue Wing Olive Cripple: Excellent emerger/cripple pattern that can represent both an injured Blue Wing Olive or one that is still trying to emerger. Often cripples and emergers are keyed in on by the Trout more so than the duns.

    Starting at: $0.92

  20. Crystal Meth, Pearl

    Crystal Meth, Pearl

    Pearl Crystal Meth: The Crystal Meth is a another pattern that was originally designed for Great Lakes Steelhead fishing. The flash in this pattern makes is especially effective in off-color water. Also a great fly for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

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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.