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Alaska's Premier Fly Fishing Source

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Attack Dragon - Brown #6

Dragon and damsel flies make up a big part of the diet of Alaska's resident lake fish. This mouth full of a dragon nymph imitation has proven itself as a winner.
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Bead Belly Leech - Blood/Black #10

Trout in Alaska's lakes love leeches and they love eggs. The Bead Belly Leech is a subtle but deadly combination of the two. Try this fly near the in-flow creek during spawning season. The Blood Black version is ideal in tannic or off-color water. 
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Bead Belly Leech - Olive/Black #10

The Olive/Black Bead Belly leech has been vacuumed up by many a trout, Dolly and grayling. Fish it deep and slow or strip it out of the weed beds.
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Bead Belly Leech - Olive/Peacock #10

Trout in Alaska's lakes love leeches and they love eggs. It is hard to beat an olive leech and this one takes it up a notch. Try this fly near the in-flow creek during spawning season.
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Beadhead Bugger - Blue/Black #8

Blue and black look really good in the water. This color combination adds a touch of attraction, especially in tannic water. Cutthroat eat it up!
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Beadhead Bugger - Cherry Chocolate #6

Cherry Chocolate can be outrageous in the lakes and slow moving stretches of river. It is also a solid color to try if Black and Olive are not working.
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Beadhead Bugger - Midnite Fire #6

The Beadhead Bugger Midnite Fire is tied with a body that has just a touch of red and black. It really makes this bugger pop. A great lake or headwater trout fly.
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Beadhead Flash-A-Bugger - Black #8

Black is the first color to try in Alaskan lakes. A beadhead black bugger with a little flash will get the job done. This is also a classic standby river pattern for trout, char and grayling. 
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Beadhead Flash-A-Bugger - Brown #8

Get down with the Brown! Alaskan lakes are full of leeches and brown is a great color to have in the fly box.
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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 Flash-A-Bugger - 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 Tungsten Thin Mint - Peacock #8

The Beadhead Tungsten Thin Mint is our favorite lake fly in Alaska! Hands down. Made up of olive, black, and brown marabou along with a peacock body. This fly catches fish. The added weight of the tungsten head makes it that much fishier.
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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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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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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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Cutthroat Special #8

A deadly little attractor pattern for cutts in streams or lakes. Also works as an attractor/searching fly for rainbows and dollies in the rivers.
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Dave's Cricket #8

O.K. Crickets and Hoppers aren't exactly a major food source for Alaskan trout, but this fly is cool. Try stripping it in the lakes around lily pads for cutthroat and rainbows. 
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