Alaska's Premier                                                              Fly Fishing Source

Alaska's Premier Fly Fishing Source

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Adams

The Adams is a staple dry for grayling and trout in Alaska. It has been around forever because it works and keeps on working year after year. Grayling love this fly and rainbows gobble it up when they get the chance.
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Black Gnat

Black Gnats are deadly on grayling! And in some rivers, grayling will refuse just about every other fly. Make sure to have some Black Gnats in your box. 
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Black Gnat - Red Tail

Check out our custom Alaskan version of the Black Gnat. The added enticement of a red tail is very effective on grayling, cutthroat and rainbows. The #14 is the default size, but the #16 is good for fussy fish and the #12 shows up well in faster water. 
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Chernobyl Ant - Black & Tan #6

Alaskan trout in lakes can often be enticed with a big fly that is stripped in. They don't get much bigger or juicier than the Chernobyl Ant. This fly will leave you with a grin when that big trout, grayling or pike engulfs it.
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Chernobyl Juicy Bug #8

At only 1 inch in length, the Chernobyl Juicy Bug is a smaller offering than the Chernobyl Ants and Chubby Chernobyls. Strip this guy in the lakes for cutts and rainbows.
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Chubby Chernobyl Black and Tan #6

Some rivers in Alaska do have good hatches of stone flies. The Chubby Chernobyl in Black and Tan is a killer pattern for these times. It is also a great general attractor pattern for fishing lakes and streams.  Big fish love big bugs.
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Chubby Chernobyl Orange #6

Some rivers in Alaska do have good hatches of stone flies. The Chubby Chernobyl  in Orange is a killer pattern for these times.  It is also a great general attracter pattern for fishing lakes and streams. Big fish love big bugs!  It is also deadly on the rivers in Oregon, Montana and Wyoming (to name a few) when the big stone fly and salmon fly hatches are coming off.
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Crystal Wing Royal Wulff #14

The very effective Royal Wulff tied with a post of Krystal Flash for easier visibility. This fly is a winner. 
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Dave's Hopper #8

O.K. Crickets and Hoppers aren't exactly a major food source for Alaskan trout, but this fly is cool. This high-floating, beautifully tied hopper will knock the trout out. It works really well in the lakes if you strip it out of the lily pads. 
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Dry Fly & Nymphs for Alaska Selection

Grayling, rainbows, and cutthroat love dries and nymphs. These fish alternate between easy to catch and incredibly fussy. This 30 fly selection has the hottest Alaska patterns in the best sizes to take these fish.
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Elk Hair Caddis - Black #14

Grayling and rainbows love caddis flies. The black body with tan wing is one of the best colors. Grayling especially are attracted to black caddis.
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Elk Hair Caddis - Brown

One of the top dry flies in Alaska; especially for grayling. If we had to pick ONE dry to fish for grayling this would be it. Rainbows love them, too. Alaska gets prolific hatches of caddis flies. Don't be unprepared.
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Griffith's Gnat

When the trout or grayling get fussy they are often feeding on midges. Tie on a Griffith's Gnat and watch your luck change. 
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Hairwing Drake-Gray #12

Late August through September can have some great hatches of large mayflies known as Gray Drakes.  When these big guys are coming off, trout and grayling go to town.  The Hairwing Gray Drake is an awesome imitation that works well when large Parachute Adams are not.  This is also a great attractor pattern for doing dry/dropper rigs.
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Hairwing Dun Baetis #16

When the trout or grayling get fussy and refuse the usual dries you willl be glad you have a few of these in your box. This a great fly to drop off the back of a big Royal Wulff. Lightly dressed and subtle are the sparkle dun's calling card. Try it on a "Double Dry Dropper." Fished off the back of a big attractor pattern this fly is awesome.
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Hairwing Dun PMD #16

The PMD is a common sight on Alaskan rivers in the morning. Make sure you have a few of these in your box if you are dry fly fishing early in the day. Lightly dressed and subtle but easy to see are the dun's calling card. Another great fly to drop off the back of a" big dry fly."
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Irresistable Wulff #14

A high-floating deer hair body and easy-to-see white wing have made this fly a long time favorite amongst anglers. And the trout are pretty O.K. with it, too.
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March Brown #14

The March Brown's pale tan silhouette contrasts nicely with the darker caddis and mayfly patterns. A solid grayling fly. 
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March Brown Cripple #14

This often overlooked pattern has produced time and again over the years. Grayling, trout in the lakes, or rainbows before the salmon start spawning all love the March Brown Cripple.
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McNeely's Green Drake #10

On nice summer aftermoons in late July and early August, many of the great Bristol Bay and Illiamna "Dry Fly" rivers like the Agulapak and Brooks, will see a green drake mayfly hatch. At nearly 1" long, McNeely's Green Drake is one BIG dry fly. The McNeely's Green Drake is an awesome imitation for these bugs. Made of deer hair and rubber legs, these guys float high and are irresistible to big trout. Also works great as a dry-dropper rig.
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