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Blobs will often tempt trout when nothing else will work. A great lure with a proven success record.
For when the fish are down deep. A booby fished on the bottom is often the way to catch these fish without the fly getting stuck in the mud.
Possibly the most successful fishing fly early season. These buzzer flies catch fish all year round.
Fulling Mill Czech mate nymphs. Fast sinking nymphs designed to get the fly down deep in fast moving rivers.
Daddies or Craneflies can be great fun to fish. Whether fished dry on the surface or just below using one of the sunken daddy patterns.
A great fly on small stillwaters as the weather warms up. Our range of damsel nymphs includes the very successful Blue Flash Damsel.
There's nothing quite like seeing a trout take a dry fly on the surface. Great fun and very rewarding. These dry flies can be successfull on rivers and stillwaters.
Emerger nymphs are the fly to use when the fish are 'nose and tailing' or just sipping fly life from the surface film.
The use of a Gold Nugget or Gold Head has brought new life to many traditional nymphs and created some new successful ones.
Hoppers. Great catchers when dragged through the surface film, especially in the autumn. Hopper flies can also be used as a hawthorn fly imitation.
Traditional and modern fly lures. The white, black and green colours can be just as successful as the brighter cousins. Vary the retrieve when fishing for the best results.
A good choice of mayflies. Some are stunning to look at, some look plain but catch lots of trout. You don't want to be without these when the mayfly are hatching.
Mini Lures tied on competition friendly hook sizes. The Cormorant versions can be very successful.
Minnows and Fries are great catchers at the tail end of season when trout are often chasing shoals of fish close to the banks.
Nymph patterns. More trout are probably caught on nymphs than any other fly style. The nymphs listed here are probably all you'll ever need.
Some of the most popular salmon flies. All proven fish takers.
Saltwater flies for sea bass, tarpon and other saltwater targets. The sand eel imitations can be deadly.
Popular and successful sea Trout flies. The 'snakes' are proving very successful for customers.
Flies that don't fit the other sections. Includes the successful floating snail pattern.
Weighted versions of our popular Fulling Mill nymphs and lead bugs for use when stalking the big trout or you just need the fly to sink faster..
Traditional wet fly patterns. Often just as successful as other flies and great fish catchers on scottish lochs as well as rivers, lakes and stillwaters around the UK.
Not sure which flies to buy? Is it best to buy a selection pack or individual flies? How do you choose the right hook size and which flies are a good choice for your particular area and fishing location?
Here you'll find everything you need to know about buying fishing flies.
There are different flies for all types of fishing locations and styles. We look at the top patterns, traditional and modern, and consider the elements that go into different fishing flies.
Not forgetting of course the saltwater anglers who might be bass fishing in the cold waters of the Atlantic or tarpon fishing in the much warmer Caribbean seas.
An A-Z of fly flies. Everything from Adams to Zonker. The top patterns and materials covered in detail for reference.
A selection of hints, tips and advice on how to use and look after your fishing flies.
We take a look at the makings of fishing flies and what it is that makes the difference in quality and catching potential.