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Alaska's Premier Fly Fishing Source

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Morrish's Anato-May #14 - Peacock

This is a great all around nymph that will have fish begging for more! Ken Morrish has fished Alaska for a long time and when it come to developing patterns that produce he is second to none. The Anato-May in Peacock is a super nymph for the rivers in Bristol Bay, Illiamna and the Kenai.  A must have in the box.
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Quigley's Crown Jewel Pheasant Tail #14

Quigley's Crown Jewel PT is a pheasnt tail on steroids. Throw this one at the picky ones.  A green glass bead in the thorax adds a lot of life and shine to this awesome version of one of the greatest nymphs ever created. Try it out!
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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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Tombstone - Dark Brown #14

The Tombstone is an attractor mayfly nymph that is a trout slayer. The added bit of pink is just what Alaskan trout love. Fish it spring through July or any time in the lakes.
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UV Sally #14

The UV Sally is a small, light-colored stone fly that is deadly in Bristol Bay, Southeast, and the Russian River. Drop it under a big dry or small indicator. Particularly good in the spring and late fall.
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Hot Belly Pheasant Tail Pink #14

If cutthroat or grayling are on your list, the Pink Hot Belly P.T. needs to be in your box. Whether you are fishing a river or lake, the pink thorax on this fly is irrestistable.
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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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Mercer's Micro May Fly - Black #16

When you need a small nymph in Alaska the Micro May Fly is the one. Fish this nymph on its own or dropped off the back of a Beadhead Prince or Royal Wulff.
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Egg Sucking Stone - Black #6

Check out this killer small profile steelhead and early season rainbow fly. Also a great dropper pattern to fish behind a larger fly. The Egg Sucking Stone is a great small swinging or dead drift fly. Especially deadly in small streams or for mid-day fussy fish.
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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 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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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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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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Copper John - Black

Black 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.
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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 - 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 - 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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Poxyback Micro Stone #14

Our #1 selling stone fly for Alaska! Stone flies work very well for trout and grayling especially before the spawn. This Mike Mercer stone fly is deadly.
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