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Zonker Lures

Zonker Lures

ZONKER LURE A zonker is a fly made from a strip of fur. The strips are known as zonker strips and they have the hide attached. Once waterlogged, this softens and create a fly with bulk that pulsates when retrieved. It's great for larger flies, such as streamers and pike fly…

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Damsel Artificial Fly

Damsel Artificial Fly

DAMSEL FLIES Trout mainly eat damsel flies in their aquatic nymph state, some of which can reach over one inch long. The damsel fly nymph swims by a rapid movement of its abdomen unlike the closely related dragon fly nymph which achieves propulsion by forcing water out of its backside. When…

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Kate McLaren Wet Artificial  Fly

Kate McLaren Wet Artificial Fly

The Kate McLaren is a Scottish loch fly, intended to be the top dropper (or bob fly) on a team of three. The Kate McLaren is a Scottish wet fly invented by William Robertson in the 1930's. It is a very effective wet fly when fished on the bob as…

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Fancy Dancer Trout Flies

Fancy Dancer Trout Flies

Originally coming from Scotland the Fancy Dancer range of trout lures are prolific catchers or Rainbow and Brown Trout. The Yellow Dancer is an outstandingly successful pattern that has movement full of trigger points that are so tantalizing to predatory trout.This fly has worked its magic in rivers and still…

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Hare's Ear Artificial Fly

Hare's Ear Artificial Fly

The Hare's Ear or Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear is a traditional artificial fly imitating an aquatic insect larva (nymph) used in fly fishing. The Hare's Ear nymph fly is fished below the surface thus a wet fly or nymph.

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Elk Hair Caddis Dry Fly

Elk Hair Caddis Dry Fly

The Elk Hair Caddis is a dry fly commonly used for trout fishing. The Elk Hair Caddis was created by Pennsylvania fly tyer Al Troth in 1957. He is considered a pioneer in the sport of fly fishing for this invention.  The Elk Hair Caddis is considered a searching type…

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Diawl Bach Artificial Fly

Diawl Bach Artificial Fly

Meaning "little devil", the diawl bach is a popular Welsh fly pattern used in British still waters, and an appropriate lure to use when the fish are feeding on midge pupae. The dressing is simple: size 8 to 14 hook, brown thread, a few barbs of brown hackle for the…

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Egg-sucking Leech Artificial Fly

Egg-sucking Leech Artificial Fly

The egg-sucking leech is an artificial fly used in fly fishing. Its name comes from its resemblance to a leech in the process of consuming a fish egg. The body of the lure is dark-colored like a leech, often black or purple, and the tip of the lure is bright…

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Benefits of Fishing You'll love to Know

Benefits of Fishing You'll love to Know

Here are some Benefits of Fishing you will love to know It exercise your body Gives your lungs fresh air Feel the sun shiningon your face Combat Stress and anxiety Eating fish is healthy Improve your Concentration & Patience Increase your Self-Esteem & Resilience

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Fly Tying Scotland Products now at Amazon

Fly Tying Scotland Products now at Amazon

We are now at Amazon! We have selected are best selling products and added them to Amazon. Check out some of our fly tying materials that are now available at Amazon, click product names to visit our products in Amazon.6 Packs 30mm Polar Fritz 6 Packs 15mm Blob Fritz6 Packs 15mm…

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