Lake Flies

  • Trout in the lakes love little nymphs. The Neon PT is super buggy and the gold bead adds a nice bit ...
    Trout in the lakes love little nymphs. The Neon PT is super buggy and the gold bead adds a nice bit of attraction. Ideally fished off of a sink tip line.
  • A super cool and deadly version of the prince nymph that works very well in the lakes as well as the ...
    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. 
  • Beadhead Pheasant Tails have proven themselves as a favorite of trout. The Hot Belly P.T. amps this ...
    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.
  • If cutthroat or grayling are on your list, the Pink Hot Belly P.T. needs to be in your box. Whether ...
    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.
  • The Beadhead Tungsten Thin Mint is our favorite lake fly in Alaska! Hands down. Made up of olive, bl ...
    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.
  • The Rootbeer & Orange Pop's Bugger is especially good in off color or tannic water. Think ...
    The Rootbeer & Orange Pop's Bugger is especially good in off color or tannic water. Think cutthroat ponds in S.E. or coastal creeks from Ketchikan to Cordova.

    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.
  • Our custom White UV Mini Leech is a killer lake fly or micro Egg Sucking Leech to fish during the fl ...
    Our custom White UV Mini Leech is a killer lake fly or micro Egg Sucking Leech to fish during the flesh season. At 1.5" in length it is stealthy but deadly.
  • Black is the first color to try in Alaskan lakes. A beadhead black bugger with a little flash will g ...
    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. 
  • Cherry Chocolate can be outrageous in the lakes and slow moving stretches of river. It is also a sol ...
    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.
  • The Beadhead Bugger Midnite Fire is tied with a body that has just a touch of red and black. It real ...
    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.
  • Get down with the Brown! Alaskan lakes are full of leeches and brown is a great color to have i ...
    Get down with the Brown! Alaskan lakes are full of leeches and brown is a great color to have in the fly box.
  • A deadly little attractor pattern for cutts in streams or lakes. Also works as an attractor/searchin ...
    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.
  • Trout in Alaska's lakes love leeches and they love eggs. The Bead Belly Leech is a subtle but deadly ...
    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.
  • Trout in Alaska's lakes love leeches and they love eggs. It is hard to beat an olive leech and this ...
    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.
  • The Olive/Black Bead Belly leech has been vacuumed up by many a trout, Dolly and grayling. Fish it d ...
    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.
  • The Black UV Mini Leech is a prime little lake fly or grayling fly in the headwaters of large rivers ...
    The Black UV Mini Leech is a prime little lake fly or grayling fly in the headwaters of large rivers. At 1 1/2" in length it is small enough to look natural but with a bright orange bead to attract attention.
  • Need a micro Egg Sucking Leech? Here it is. If you are fishing the headwater stretches of a river, t ...
    Need a micro Egg Sucking Leech? Here it is. If you are fishing the headwater stretches of a river, this is the fly to search with. Try swinging this little killer for grayling, char and rainbows.
  • We don't know what it is about little pink leeches in lakes, but trout can't stay off them. An outst ...
    We don't know what it is about little pink leeches in lakes, but trout can't stay off them. An outstanding sea run cutthroat fly in both rivers and lakes.

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