Lake Flies

Try these flies for catching trout in Alaska’s lakes. Lake fishing in Alaska can be amazing if you have the right flies. These proven patterns catch everything from cutthroat to lake trout.

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  • White Electric Leeches are great for spring and early summer fishing for trout in the rivers. They a ...
    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.
  • Having a selection of leeches is critical to succeed in Alaskan lakes and streams. Olive is consiste ...
    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.
  • In the frenzy of salmon fishing, Alaska's lakes are often overlooked. From the rainbow fishing of th ...
    In the frenzy of salmon fishing, Alaska's lakes are often overlooked. From the rainbow fishing of the Matsu Valley to the Trophy Cutthroat Lakes of Southeast Alaska, these 32 flies will catch fish.
  • Pop's version of the Beadhead Wooly Bugger is a tricked out trout catching bad boy. It is espe ...
    Pop's version of the Beadhead Wooly Bugger is a tricked out trout catching bad boy. It is especially good for trout and grayling in lakes and ponds. Coastal Cutthroat and Rainbows jump all over this thing in Southeast, South Central and on Kodiak Island. It can be fished with or without a sink tip.


  • The Zuddler in Black is a premier searching fly for big trout. There are streams in Bristol Bay wher ...
    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.
  • The Zuddler in Brown is a great secondary color when searching for big trout. There are streams in B ...
    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.
  • We usually lead off with Black Zuddlers and if they aren't producing the Olive goes on next. A great ...
    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.
  • This unique fly has been tied with an all white body and short red throat section. We don't know whe ...
    This unique fly has been tied with an all white body and short red throat section. We don't know whether the trout see the red throat as gills or as an attractor, but we do know they slam it! Perfect for both stream and lake fishing for trout and char.
  • Find yourself out chasing lake trout, brown trout, and brook trout? The brown and yellow Dolly Llama ...
    Find yourself out chasing lake trout, brown trout, and brook trout? The brown and yellow Dolly Llama is the ideal color combo for you. Trout cannot resist the allure of a brown and yellow Dolly Llama dipping and diving past them. Montana and Wyoming anglers take note, too. This one is a high water fish magnet.
  • This unique fly has been tied with an all white body and short red throat section. We don't know whe ...
    This unique fly has been tied with an all white body and short red throat section. We don't know whether the trout see the red throat as gills or as an attractor, but we do know they slam it! Perfect for both stream and lake fishing for trout and char. Oh, and pike like it, too!
  • When it comes to trout fishing, the Dolly Llama is our top fly pattern. The Tungsten Mini version in ...
    When it comes to trout fishing, the Dolly Llama is our top fly pattern. The Tungsten Mini version in All Black is a great addition to the line up. From clear water to glacial or tannic streams, the All Black hooks em up!
  • This Mini Tungsten Dolly Llama is going to be wicked for an array of different trout. Wyoming and Mo ...
    This Mini Tungsten Dolly Llama is going to be wicked for an array of different trout. Wyoming and Montana anglers take note, the Brown & Yellow is your brown trout slayer. Grab a few and add them to your line up.
  • Turk's Tarantula in Red is a great dry fly for a dropper rig or when the trout are looking for a big ...
    Turk's Tarantula in Red is a great dry fly for a dropper rig or when the trout are looking for a big bite. Tarantulas are also very effective in the lakes when the trout are looking up. 
  • This new version of the Tarantula is even better for topwater trout. Cutthroat especially love its b ...
    This new version of the Tarantula is even better for topwater trout. Cutthroat especially love its big profile and red body. Dead drifted in rivers or stripped in the lakes, the Red Turk's Tarantula is a winner. 
  • Our new Yellow Turk's Tarantula is a more natural version of the big topwater slayer. Great for cutt ...
    Our new Yellow Turk's Tarantula is a more natural version of the big topwater slayer. Great for cutthroat in lakes and rivers, it can be dead drifted or stripped with great effectiveness. 
  • Rainbows, grayling and cutthroat are all suckers for a big dry fly now and then. Early season in the ...
    Rainbows, grayling and cutthroat are all suckers for a big dry fly now and then. Early season in the rivers or lake fishing any time, the Black Chernobyl Ant can be dead drifted or stripped with great success.
  • Our version of the Carey Bugger incorporates a hint of flash in this classic lake and stream fly. Th ...
    Our version of the Carey Bugger incorporates a hint of flash in this classic lake and stream fly. The small size and profile ideally matches leeches that trout and char love to gobble up. Make sure to have a few in you trout box.
  • The Olive Beadhead Carey Bugger is a favorite of trout in the lakes. Our version of the Carey B ...
    The Olive Beadhead Carey Bugger is a favorite of trout in the lakes. Our version of the Carey Bugger incorporates a hint of flash in this classic lake and stream fly. The small size and profile ideally matches leeches that trout and char love to gobble up. Make sure to have a few in you trout box.

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