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  1. Early Black Stonefly

    Early Black Stonefly

    Early Black Stonefly: A great early season stonefly imitation when small stoneflies are prevelant. This pattern can be dead drifted or skated like a caddis to entice a strike.

    Starting at: $0.92

  2. Early Black Stonefly

    Early Black Stonefly

    Early Black Stonefly: This fly is meant to represent some of the first active Stoneflies of the year, but it is a great pattern to fish year round. It is a personal favorite for both Trout and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $1.07

  3. Early Black Stonefly #2, Fly Fishing Flies, Dry Flies. Discount flies at theflystop.com. High Resolution.

    Early Black Stonefly #2

    Early Black Stonefly #2

    Starting at: $0.92

  4. Elk Hair Caddis, Black

    Elk Hair Caddis, Black

    Black Elk Hair Caddis: This is the most popular Caddis dry fly imitation in the world. High floating, great visibility, and proven fish catching capabilities make this an absolute essential in any fly fisherman's box.

    Starting at: $0.92

  5. Elk Hair Caddis, Brown

    Elk Hair Caddis, Brown

    Brown Elk Hair Caddis: This is the most popular Caddis dry fly imitation in the world. High floating, great visibility, and proven fish catching capabilities make this an absolute essential in any fly fisherman's box.

    Starting at: $0.92

  6. Elk Hair Hair Caddis, Flourescent Green

    Elk Hair Caddis, Flourescent Green

    Flourescent Green Elk Hair Caddis: This is the most popular Caddis dry fly imitation in the world. High floating, great visibility, and proven fish catching capabilities make this an absolute essential in any fly fisherman's box.

    Starting at: $0.92

  7. Firebead Soft Hackle Sowbug, Orange

    Firebead Soft Hackle Sowbug, Orange

    Firebead Soft Hackle Sowbug, Orange-- This little fly is a killer on tailwaters, or anywhere that scuds and sowbugs are found. FLISCUSTA225

    Starting at: $0.97

  8. Floating Stonefly, Brown

    Floating Stonefly, Brown

    Floating Stonefly, Brown

    Starting at: $0.92

  9. Floating Stonefly, Golden

    Floating Stonefly, Golden

    Floating Stonefly, Golden

    Starting at: $0.92

  10. Foam Bullet Head Salmonfly

    Foam Bullet Head Salmonfly

    Foam Bullet Head 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: $0.92

  11. Foam Emerger, Dark Hendrickson

    Foam Emerger, Dark Hendrickson

    Dark Hendrickson Foam Emerger: These foam emerger patterns are very versatile. The parachute style enables the fly to ride low in the surface film like an emerger, and the foam post keeps them floating and highly visible to you.

    Starting at: $0.92

  12. Foam Emerger, Light Cahill

    Foam Emerger, Light Cahill

    Light Cahill Foam Emerger: These foam emerger patterns are very versatile. The parachute style enables the fly to ride low in the surface film like an emerger, and the foam post keeps them floating and highly visible to you.

    Starting at: $0.92

  13. Foam Emerger, Light Hendrickson

    Foam Emerger, Light Hendrickson

    Light Hendrickson Foam Emerger: These foam emerger patterns are very versatile. The parachute style enables the fly to ride low in the surface film like an emerger, and the foam post keeps them floating and highly visible to you.

    Starting at: $0.92

  14. Foam Emerger, March Brown

    Foam Emerger, March Brown

    March Brown Foam Emerger: These foam emerger patterns are very versatile. The parachute style enables the fly to ride low in the surface film like an emerger, and the foam post keeps them floating and highly visible to you.

    Starting at: $0.92

  15. Foam Emerger Sulphur (Biot #2), Fly Fishing Flies, Dry Flies. Discount flies at theflystop.com. High Resolution.

    Foam Emerger, Sulphur Biot #2

    Sulphur Biot #2 Foam Emerger: These foam emerger patterns are very versatile. The parachute style enables the fly to ride low in the surface film like an emerger, and the foam post keeps them floating and highly visible to you.

    Starting at: $0.92

  16. Giant Salmonfly, Foam

    Giant Salmonfly, Foam

    Giant Foam Salmonfly: This fly is an excellent giant Salmonfly imitation. Foam body will let this stonefly float all day long.

    Starting at: $0.92

  17. Glo Bug, Cotton Candy/Flame

    Glo Bug, Cotton Candy/Flame

    Cotton Candy and Flame Glo Bug: This is THE egg pattern. Glo Bugs are fished all over the world for Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. This fly deserves a spot in everyone's vest.

    Starting at: $0.81

  18. Grand Hopper, Tan

    Grand Hopper, Tan

    Grand Hopper, Tan

    Starting at: $1.03

  19. Grannom

    Grannom

    Grannom--These early season caddis flies pack a lot of protein! FLIDRYCAD057

    Starting at: $0.92

  20. Grannom Larva

    Grannom Larva

    Grannom Larva

    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.