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  • galloup's ant acid fly brown bottom galloup's ant acid fly
    The Ant Acid is the most popular dry fly I have ever produced, and one that I fish with confidence everywhere I take it.
  • chubby chernobyl black purple chubby chernobyl royal
    The Chubby Chernobyl is a simple yet highly effective foam pattern that wreaks havoc on trout across the West.
  • morrish hopper golden morrish hopper pink
    Without a doubt, the Morrish Hopper has one of the best hopper profiles on the planet, and has been one of our top producers since the first year it hit the bins.  Available in Tan, Golden, and Pink.
  • micro chubby royal bottom micro chubby golden
    Say hello to the chubby chernobyl's little brother.  The royal variation of this fly is a workhorse for us during terrestrial season on the Madison, and the golden version work great as a high floating yellow sally.
  • Purple Haze Purple Haze fly
    The purple haze is one of the best dry flies in the west.  Trout engulf this fly without hesitation whether it's used as an attractor or a general mayfly pattern.
  • thunder thighs hopper tan bottom thunder thighs hopper pink
    The Thunder Thighs Hopper has made a big splash out West over the last several years, and has become a go-to pattern for our guide staff.  This foam hopper pattern features a realistic silhouette with near-perfect leg placement, and the poly wing and orange foam indicator makes it highly visible on the water.
  • panty dropper hopper panty dropper hopper
    What makes the panty dropper hopper a little different from other patterns is that it features two thick back haunches which are a little truer to scale, on which two thin, red rubber legs are attached.  The panty dropper hopper rides low on the surface film, but the piece of orange foam tied in behind the head makes it easy to see even in fast currents like we have on the Madison river.
  • taylor's fat albert taylor's fat albert fly pattern
    The Fat Albert was designed by Brent Taylor. I think he came up with this fly in Chile for those monster Cantaria beetles, but the trout like it just as well here in the states. Taylor's fat albert is one of our favorite foam patterns in the west during our terrestrial season, and one of our top producing nocturnal stonefly imitations.
  • rainy's hi viz grand hopper tan bottom rainy's hi viz grand hopper tan
    Rainy's grand hopper has been one of our most productive hopper patterns on the Madison for the last ten years. The foam body floats well, rides low, and gives a great hopper profile.
  • richter's scale spruce moth bottom jake's richter scale spruce moth
    Jake's richter scale spruce moth is another winner from Jake Chutz of Montana Fly Company.  This pattern is essentially a variation of an elk hair caddis, but with a UV tan dubbed body and a splayed underwing of white CDC.  This bug is absolutely deadly when the spruce moths hit the water during the late summer months in southwest Montana, and works great as an adult caddis imitation as well.  Available in size 14.
  • deletable-flying-ant-black delektable flying ant
    The Delektable Flying Ant comes to us from Dan Delekta of Cameron, Montana.  Simply put, this has been one of the deadliest ant patterns on the Madison over the last five years and we don't see that changing anytime soon.
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    swisher's pmx royal stone swisher's pmx stone royal
    This is essentially a Royal PMX, but with the addition of knotted rubberlegs and a pair of biots for the tail or cerci.