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Egg, Golden Nugget

Item #: 578860922
Your Price: $1.25

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The Golden Nugget Egg Fly is a great roe pattern for waters that have spawning fish. This is one of the top producing egg colors. Almost every freshwater fish will eat eggs whether you are fishing in famous Steelhead run, your local river or even the gravel point on the nearby lake, the fish have learned that these glowing orbs are an tasty meal. Fish that are not spawning will hold in areas near the spawning fish and sometimes even travel with migrating fish for the opportunity to eat their misplaced eggs.

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Brassie, Bi-Color, Bead Head, Copper-Black

Brassie, Bi-Color, Bead Head, Copper-Black

Your price: $1.65

The Copper-Black Bi-Colored Brassie has a segmented appearance given by alternating wire colors and a slim dubbed head. Brassies are proven patterns in all waters using multiple techniques and the Copper-Black Bi-Colored Brassie is a critical pattern in that group. This is a staple midge pattern that is very effective, drawing fish with its midge characteristics and flashy appeal. A collection of various Brassies need to occupy at least a couple of rows in your fly box.
 

Gummy Minnow, Chartreuse

Gummy Minnow, Chartreuse

Your price: $4.25

The Chartreuse Gummy Minnow is perhaps one of the oddest flies you may have ever come across. Created from an innovative material this is one of a number of Gummies on a similar imitative and irresistible theme. Saltwater and warm water species of all varieties find this pattern impossible to pass up, and the Gummy has even proven to be an attention getter with trout as well. Remarkably realistic, with a flashy underbelly they can be worked slowly or fast. A number of Chartreuse Gummy Minnow patterns should be occupying space in your fly box.