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Alaska's Premier Fly Fishing Source

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Bead Head Flashback Pheasant Tail

Before the salmon start to spawn, bugs are the main food source. The little bit of flash on top of this nymph makes it a favorite of grayling and rainbows. We have them in the "Big Boy" #10 size, too!
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Beadhead Hare's Ear

Just about every species of trout or char in Alaska will go for the Beadhead Hares's Ear. A stand by pattern for trout, grayling or char.
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Beadhead Hare's Ear - Black

Grayling love black bugs and in some river systems it is about all they will take. The Black Hare's Ear is a favorite.
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Beadhead Pheasant Tail

Buggy and not too flashy is a great way to catch spooky fish. Trout and grayling that are a little spooky will often go for a more subdued pattern like the classic beadhead PT nymph.
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Beadhead Possie Bugger #10

Before the salmon enter the rivers and the trout and Dollies turn their attention to eggs, the Beadhead Possie Bugger looks like a Porterhouse coming down the stream. A must-have Dolly fly in late June and July. 
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Beadhead Prince Nymph

A real "go-to" pattern in late June and July. Try dropping a Micro May Fly or Lightning Bug off the back for rainbows. We have them in the "Big Boy" #10 size, too! Grayling love them all season long, as well.
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Beadhead Rubber Leg Stone Fly #8

A buggy, wiggly stone fly for trout, char, and grayling with a gold bead to grab their attention. We've even had steelhead grab this fly!
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Brannon's Caddis Pupa - Black #14

Fish this little pupa pattern in the evening before the caddis hatch comes off. Fussy rainbows will often be on the prowl for caddis pupa just below the surface. It is most effective in slow stretches of the river or in lakes. 
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Copper John - Black

Black Copper Johns in #16 and #18 are very effective on rainbow trout and grayling. Especially after the spring fry migration and before the late summer egg drop. This late-June through July window provides the best opportunity to fish traditional dries and nymphs.
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Copper John - Copper

The original Copper Johns are just effective as ever. After the spring fry migration and before the late summer egg drop this is a killer rainbow fly. This late-June through July window provides the best opportunity to fish traditional dries and nymphs. Grayling will jump on this fly all summer, too. 
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Copper John - Green

The Green Copper Johns is a change up color for rainbow trout and grayling. Not always the first fly out of the box, but it can save the day when the usual colors aren't producing.
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Copper John - Red

We carry Copper Johns in just the right sizes and colors for Alaska! The Red Copper Johns are very effective on rainbow trout and grayling. Especially after the spring fry migration and before the late summer egg drop. This late-June through July window provides the best opportunity to fish traditional dries and nymphs. Try the #18 as a dropper off the back of a larger nymph.
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Copper John - Zebra #16

The Zebra Copper John in #16 is a winner all by itself or dropped off a dry fly. It is especially good after the spring fry migration and before the late summer egg drop. This late June through July window provides the best opportunity to fish traditional dries and nymphs.
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Delektable CDC Olive Prince #14

A super cool and deadly version of the prince nymph that works very well in the lakes as well as the rivers. Grayling and rainbows love this fly. 
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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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Fugly Bug #4

Fishing to finicky steelhead? Do the fish seem to avoid your bright pink offerings? Drifting a Glo Bug and just not getting it done?  Sometimes offering something a little out of the norm works wonders. Egg sucking stone fly nymph patterns have been known as a steelhead treat for years. The Fugly Bug is one of these and can work wonders on Alaska's steelhead, both in the Spring and Fall. Try swinging or drifting the Fugly Bug and see what happens.  After all, steelhead are just big, mean trout.
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Gummy Stone Fly - Black #6

The Gummy Stone kills it when the water is high and off color! The Gummy Stone has a pearlescent back and a tungston bead to get it down. Make sure you have a secret weapon when the conditions get tough.
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Gummy Stone Fly - Golden #6

Early season when the water levels are often up break out the Gummy Stone. This fly gets it done when it seems like the trout aren't eating anything. Stone flies make up a substantial part of an Alaskan trout diet. The Golden Gummy Stone has a pearlescent back and a tungsten bead to get it down. A very realistic light colored stone fly.
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Hot Belly Pheasant Tail Green #14

Beadhead Pheasant Tails have proven themselves as a favorite of trout. The Hot Belly P.T. amps this up with an attractor thorax that Alaskan Trout love. Great as a river or lake fly.
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Hot Belly Pheasant Tail Orange #14

The Orange version of the Hot Belly P.T. amps things up with an attractor thorax that Alaskan Trout love. Great as a river or lake fly.
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