|Cinnamon Parachute Ant||Disc' O Beetle||Fat Albert|
The flying ant hatch can be one of the most productive hatches out there. When these bugs hit, all the fish in the river seem to go crazy for them. You don't have to wait for the hatch to fish this fly though. Oftentimes, fish will hit this fly...
Another great beetle pattern. This fly is deadly when fished off of shady banks during a warm summer's day!
This is a great foam summertime pattern used to imitate grasshoppers, crickets, beetles, and ants.
|Flying Loco Beetle||Juan's Hollywood Hopper||More- Or- Less- Hopper|
This fly is a great representation of a Japanese beetle. Works great during the summer months when beetles are blown off of nearby plants and land in the water.
The Hollywood Hopper was named because it has nice thick thighs, a robust thoracic region and big sunglasses as if it came from Hollywood! This pattern is a lower riding, foam realistic hopper that works well in the later summer months.
The realistic silhouette of this grasshopper pattern with its thick rubber legs and large eyes, trigger trout consistently throughout the summer months. The realistic legs on this pattern set this terrestrial apart from most other hoppers.
This attractor dry fly has everything - high-floating elk wing, a parachute post so you can see it, peacock herl, and rubber legs.
The True Hopper is a realistic imitations that float well, look great, are very durable, and most importantly, catches fish.