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  • The Tactical Hot Spot Nymph is a nice variation on a standard pheasant tail, with a hot spot on the butt on the fly rather than the head and just the right amount of ice dub behind the tungsten bead.  Size 16
  • Milkman

    $3.00
    The Milkman always delivers according to its creator, Eric Kelley.  This is his #1 confidence fly in his Euro nymph setup, and features a ribbed hare's ear body, pearl flashback, and a white tungsten bead.  Barbless.
  • The Orvis Lighting Bug is an incredible attractor style nymph that works well for us during caddis hatches and late summer on the Madison.
  • This is a great little nymph for us during the summer, and seems to work best during late June and July on the Madison.  It features a pheasant tail body, copper rib, and a fluorescent yellow hot spot for the collar.
  • psycho prince green psycho prince yellow
    Mike Mercer's Psycho Prince has been one of the best attractor style nymphs out West for over a decade now. Much like the original Prince Nymph, This fly doesn't resemble anything in particular but the fish definitely take notice in a big way.
  • bloom's optic nerve hare's ear bloom's optic nerve pheasant tail
    Dave Bloom's Optic Nerve is a really cool jig series that we are excited to have in the shop.  This is a great searching pattern but the soft hackle collar and UV pink hot spot make this a great choice during caddis and mayfly hatches too.
  • egan's frenchie egan's frenchie
    Lance Egan's Frenchie represents his most productive color combination for this traditional european nymph. We tend do well with this pattern in July and August when the bulk of our mayflies are hatching, but it is certainly proven its worth when used as a searching pattern as well.
  • The tungsten jigged prince takes an old standby and puts a modern twist on it.  By turning it upside down with a jig hook and adding tungsten bead, this prince nymph transforms into a great point fly for euro or drop shot nymphing.
  • perdigon ny black pearl perdigon ny pearl
    The Perdigon nymph is a spanish fly pattern designed to get down quickly in fast water, and is responsible for a couple of Spanish world championships.  They feature a short slender body with a few pheasant tail fibers and a small hot spot behind a tungsten bead.  If you are looking for the body material to tie these we sell the pearl material here.
  • Craig McDonald's Duracell Jig has been a European staple for a number of years now, and has recently taken hold in waters throughout the US.  It can be fished using a standard two fly set up, but also makes a great point fly for a drop shot or Czech nymph set up. Size 16
  • rainbow warrior black rainbow warrior pearl
    Lance Egan's Rainbow Warrior isn't tied to imitate much of anything, but it can clean up when nothing else seems to be working.  This attractor style nymph works as a general searching pattern, but can also be effective in rivers with high densities of sow bugs, scuds, and midge pupae.
  • mop fly chartreuse mop fly tan

    Mop Fly

    $2.25
    The Mop Fly is not the most aesthetically pleasing pattern out there, nor is it very complicated to tie.  However, it makes a damn fine crane fly larva or grub imitation, and one that fish will go out of their way to eat.  The body of the fly is made from the microfiber dreadlocks that your find on store bought mops, and a few turns of dubbing behind the beadhead finish off this simple, fish catching machine.  Love it or hate it, the Mop Fly is here to stay. Available in size 10.