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We are proud to say that over 95% of our flies are tied in the USA by our team of selected highly skilled fly tyers, who are also accomplished fly fishermen.  We think this is important in providing our customers a better product than the mass produced overseas versions available.  Being fishermen, our tyers use their own flies and know how a durable, effective fly should be tied.
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Adams dry fly
Adams Dry Fly
Our Price: $1.80

One of the most popular and universally used dry flies ever developed.  A great attractor pattern, fishes well during gray bodied caddis hatches as well as blue quill hatches in small sizes.
Adams Dry Fly, Black
Our Price: $1.80

A black variation of the popular Adams dry fly.  Works very well during terrestrial season.
Adams Dry Fly, Olive
Our Price: $1.80

Tied in the Catskill tying style, this pattern is a high floating easy to see option for fishing the blue winged olive hatch.
Adams Dry Fly, Yellow
Our Price: $1.80

Yellow bodied with grizzly wings and hackle.  A good generic during the Sulphur and Cahill hatches.
Adams Parachute
Our Price: $1.80

Parachute flies give a great natural float in all water types, keeping the bodies in the film with great high visibility.
Adams Wet Fly
Adams Wet Fly
Our Price: $1.75

A classic traditional wet fly.
Alder Wet Fly
Our Price: $1.75

Peacock body is always a trout catching material.  This traditional wet fly pattern pattern works well during a Grannom Caddis emergence or Isonychia (slate drake) hatch.
Baby Brook Trout
Our Price: $2.00

Baby Brown Trout
Our Price: $2.00

Size 18 Blue Winged Olive Emerger Pattern
Baetis (Blue Winged Olive) Emerger
Our Price: $1.70

The blue winged olive hatch is always a greatly anticipated event on our local limestone streams.  A great pattern to use when the trout are refusing to take the dun.