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  • para wulff purple bottom para wulff purple
    The Purple Para Wulff is an excellent general mayfly and attractor pattern that has worked for our guides for years.
  • cheech's grumpy frumpy yellow bottom cheech's grumpy frumpy yellow
    Cheech's Grumpy Frumpy has been a great little attractor pattern on the Madison over the last few years. The yellow grumpy frumpy works wonders as a yellow sally imitation too. Color: Yellow, Purple, Peacock/Chartreuse. Available in size 16.
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    carnage hopper bottom carnage hopper
    The Carnage Hopper is much like Rainy's Grand Hopper, but with a more tapered foam body and red rubber legs. It has been a staple hopper pattern in this shop for years, and one that our customers have done very well with on their home waters. Color: Tan. Available in sizes 8-12.
  • Harrop's CDC Water Wasp is one of our favorite flying ant patterns on the Madison. Color: Honey. Available in Size 16.
  • 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.
  • A fly that needs no introduction, the Royal Wulff is still one of the best attractor style dry flies ever developed. Size: #14-16.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • rainy's hi viz grand hopper flesh bottom rainy's hi viz grand hopper flesh
    There are times when grasshoppers turn this color during their molting process and get swept into the river.  While they could be taking this for a molting insect, our guess is that it has more do with showing the fish a little something different after they have seen a thousand other tan patterns pass overhead. Regardless of why they eat the flesh grand hopper, we wouldn't be caught dead without it during the months of August and September on the Madison.
  • stimulator fly olive stimulator fly yellow
    The Stimulator a is a favorite for us on the Madison whether we are fishing stoneflies, caddis, or terrestrials. This has been a staple dry fly pattern in the boxes of untold amounts of anglers, and we see no reason that should change any time soon.  Colors: yellow, olive, and royal.
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    solitude crane fly solitude crane fly
    This is a crane fly fishes just as good as it looks.  We have had great luck on the solitude crane fly in late July and August, can it can be fished on the dead drift, skated, or submersed.  Available in Size 10.