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Alaska's Premier Fly Fishing Source

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Al Green #8

Straight from the vise of legendary Alaskan guide Wally Adams, Al Green, aka The Green Headed Monster, dredges up some of the biggest trout from Bristol Bay to the Kenai.
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Articulated Leadeye Bunny Leech - Black/Red 1/0

The Articulated Bunny Leech is one of the original articulated salmon flies. Try the Black/Red version is a solid searching fly for trout and steelhead.
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Beadhead Electric Leech - White #8

White Electric Leeches are great for spring and early summer fishing for trout in the rivers. They are also a killer flesh searching pattern during the salmon spawn. Having a selection of leeches in your fly box is critical to having success fishing Alaska's rivers and lakes. 
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Beadhead Flash-A-Bugger - Olive #8

Having a selection of leeches is critical to succeed in Alaskan lakes and streams. Olive is consistently one of the best for headwater trout, char and grayling or lake fishing. These are really nicely tied Flash-A-Buggers.
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Beadhead Litebrite Zonker - Black/Purple #6

The Black/Purple Litebrite Zonker is another major player in the lakes. Especially the tannic-colored trophy cutthroat lakes of S.E. Alaska. If you are dredging for big fish in the lakes this is a great fly. Large enough to attract a big fish' attention with just enough sparkle to entice a strike.
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Big Gulp Sculp - Black #4

The Big Gulp Sculp is taking the lead as one of the best sculpin patterns around. A true "Alaskan guide favorite," it consistently produces big rainbows. Articulated with a wool head and heavy lead eyes, it has all the ingredients of a winner.
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Big Gulp Sculp - Olive #4

The Big Gulp Sculp in Olive is the second most popular color in the line up.  A true "guide favorite," it consistently produces big rainbows. Articulated with a wool head and heavy lead eyes, it has all the ingredients of a winner.
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Big Gulp Sculp - Tan #4

The Tan Big Gulp Sculp is a solid choice when the trout aren't grabbing the darker colored patterns. A true "guide favorite," it consistently produces big rainbows. Articulated with a wool head and heavy lead eyes, it has all the ingredients of a winner.
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Conehead Wool Sculpin - Olive #2

It may be old school but it still fishes well. A great looking sculpin with a heavy cone to get it down and some very realistic touches. A real rainbow producer.
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Conehead Zuddler - Black #4

The Zuddler in Black is a premier searching fly for big trout. There are streams in Bristol Bay where this fly outfishes all others. The Kenai River has given up some massive winter rainbows on it, too.
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Conehead Zuddler - Brown #4

The Zuddler in Brown is a great secondary color when searching for big trout. There are streams in Bristol Bay where this fly outfishes all others.
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Conehead Zuddler - Olive #4

We usually lead off with Black Zuddlers and if they aren't producing the Olive goes on next. A great sculpin-leech pattern that big trout love. Killer lake cutthroat or rainbow fly, too.
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Crispy Critter - Extra Virgin #4

The Extra Virgin is a light olive version of the Crispy Critter. Fish this 3 1/4 inch long articulated sculpin on a sink tip or with a split shot right in front of it. The spun deerhair makes a commotion under water and the synthetic dubbed body breaks up its profile. Give one a try.
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Crispy Critter - Midnight Sun #4

The Crispy Critter is an entirely new take on the articulated sculpin. It is virtually unweighted so it should be fished either on a sink tip or with a split shot on the leader (or both.) The spun deerhair makes a commotion under water and the synthetic dubbed body breaks up its profile. A very fishy little pattern.
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Danny Boy - Tan & Olive #4

From the creative vise of Ken Morrish comes this incredible looking sculpin. The Danny Boy is very light weight and incredibly fishy. Fish him with a sink tip line or a split shot to get him down on the bottom. Just the right size and profile to attract those big predatory rainbow trout.
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Deuce Wigalo - Black #4

Deuce Wigalo is one fishy little critter. At 3" in length it is compact, has just enough flash and wiggle to get a fish' attention, and flame red eyes with a lime trailing bead pretty much seal the deal. Perfect for rainbows or steelies.  
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Dirk Wiggler - Olive #1

Dirk Wiggler has got it going on. The Olive Wiggler is a deadly trout fly. The big lead eyes, marabou, and silicone legs are an awesome combination.
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Dirty Hippy - Brown #4

The Brown vresion of the Dirty Hippy is a killer smolt and sculpin pattern. A conehead hidden under the head gives it a bit of weight and the soft materials make it quiver in the water. Swing this pup on a sink tip and hang on!
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Dirty Hippy - Rainbow #4

The Dirty Hippy is a killer smolt and sculpin pattern. A conehead hidden under the head gives it a bit of weight and the soft materials make it quiver in the water. Swing this pup on a sink tip and hang on!
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Dolly Llama - Black & Olive

The Black & Olive Dolly Llama is a killer trout fly. All the action and motion of a Dolly Llama in a deadly color combination. One of our favorite searching flies early in the season.
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