Fly Gallery

Dry Flies

Clown Shoe Caddis

submitted by Skip Nault The Clown Shoe Caddis is a high floating, easy to see caddis imitation.  It can be used by itself or in a two fly combination where…

Royal Coachman

Tyer Comments: This attractor pattern will take trout, bass and panfish. This pattern floats like a cork and is easy to spot on the surface of the water. Hook: TMC 200…

Winged Foam Beetle

Submitted By Skip Nault Tyer Comments: Foam beetle great for bluegill and pan fish and especially effective on streams during summer-time for trout. Materials Hook: #10 dry fly Thread: black…

Emergers

Foam and Parachute Emerger

Submitted By Skip Nault Tyer Comments: Buoyed by its foam wing and parachute hackle, the front end of this mayfly emerger pattern rides high, while the abdomen and “shuck” dip…

Nymphs

Aurora Nymph

Submitted By Skip Nault Tyer Comments:  This is one of the best flies I have used to fool brown trout, especially in the spring and early summer on the Clear…

Bead Head Serendipity

Submitted By Jeff Miller Tyer Comments: Down deep version of a good midge pattern. Good for steelhead and trout. Imitates Caddis in larger sizes, caddis and midge larve in the…

Eggstasy Egg pattern

Submitted By Skip Nault. Tier Comments:  This pattern uses a next generation fiber, Eggstasy.  When wet, it gives a jelly-like appearance of a fish egg.  And it works especially well…

Rainbow Warrior

submitted by Skip Nault The rainbow warrior is a relatively easy tie.  The pattern was developed by Utah’s Lance Egan.  The fly works well in all sizes, but especially in…

Santa’s Helper

Submitted By Skip Nault Tyer Comments: This simple caddis pattern is easy to tie and a great steelhead pattern. The metal fiber dubbing helps to get the fly down fast….

Sparrow

Submitted By Skip Nault Tyer Comments: The original pattern was first tied by Jack Gartside many decades ago.  It was tied solely from the feathers of a partridge or ringneck…

Streamers

Gander

Submitted By Jeff Miller Tyer Comments: I was introduced to this fly when I fished the Bow River in Alberta…It just looks like a fly that will catch fish (and…

Meat Whistle

Submitted By Skip Nault Tyer Comments: This fly was first designed by John Barr and modified by other tiers, as is this one. The meat whistle is a “crayfish” immitation and can…

White Death

Submitted by Skip Nault The white death is a fly pattern designed by Jeff Blood.  It is a zonker-style fly that imitates a dead emerald shiner.  It is fished in…