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Trout Flies

If you are trying to find good sales on trout flies look no further than -  We have 2,000 patterns at discounted prices that will catch you a trout.  If you are looking for dry flies, we got them.  If you are looking for nymphs, we got them.  If you are looking for streamers....take a guess....yeap...we got them! There is litterally no reason to shop anywhere else, we will take care of everything you need with with fastest shipping around.  There are patterns for every river, lake and stream that you fish.  Just click over to our Discount Flies Page and start your search.  You can Also go to the Most Popular Flies page if you need some help narrowing down your selection.  As you go through our fly pages some of the classic patterns are Adams Dry Flies, Royal Wulffs, Blue Wing Olive Dry, Woolly Bugger Streamer, Hares Ear Nymph, Elk Hair Caddis, Griffiths Gnat, Muddler Minnow, Stimulator, Sparkle Dun, Spinner Rusty, Rs-2, soft-hackle, Copper John Nymph, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Ants, Daves Hopper, and Eggs.



  • Trout fishing is a sport for anyone to get involved with. You dont have to run out and get a boat and can get less expensive tackle than you realize. Some people like to pursue them spinning or spin-casting outfit some people like to tack a wack with a box of hooks, some night crawlers and a pair of hip boots.  Here we like to pursue them on the fly!
  • As with most types of specialized fishing, a few anglers seem to catch most of the fish. This is not luck. They know how to catch trout. You can be one of those "lucky" anglers with the right trout fly patterns and the knowledge to use them.
  • You won't be an expert over night but will you can catch your first trout and learn from there! From that point on you just need to go fishing and learn from your experiences.



There are many species of trout throughout the US and well just give you a quick discription of three. They are the brook trout, the brown trout, and the rainbow trout.

Brook trout (the only native of the three) thrive in smaller streams of good water quality, occupying pools and riffles that seem quite shallow when compared to the pools brown trout frequent. In-stream vegetation provides adequate cover for the brookie. They are very aggressive and relatively easy to catch. They normally are smaller than browns and rainbows, a 14 inch brook trout is a trophy. In large and medium sized streams you will find them near the headwaters and in major springs.


Brown trout (from Europe) are the most abundant and most sought after trout. They are wary and must be stalked with patience. Your shadow on the water will "put them down" for an hour or two. They require overhanging cover like undercut banks or fallen trees. They will be found in the deepest pools, moving into the shallows (riffles) to feed in early morning and late afternoon. They feed actively on emergent insects like caddis flies and mayflies. Brown trout get larger than rainbows and brookies; 14 to 18 inch fish are common and browns over 25 inches have beentaken in the southeast.

Rainbow trout (a west coast native) do not commonly reproduce in many places they are fishable and must be maintained by stocking. They occupy the fast, big water of the whitewater streams (and others), utilizing different habitat than the brown trout. Famous for their acrobatics (tail-walking), rainbows will give any angler quite a thrill.


  • Many good trout anglers make fishing more of a challenge by using a fly rod or fishing wild trout in crystal clear streams. Some anglers spend many days trying to catch a trophy. You may want to get into this type of trout fishing, but for now we are going to stick with basics.


Get a map of the area you are going to fish and make sure that you are actually fishing in trout water.  A  good map to use. It is available free at local fisheries, parks, and wildlife management offices.