Lures are large flies of the streamer, bucktail and sculpin variety used to imitate baitfish or aggrovates or act as 'attractors'.
From lakes to streams, you will catch all types of fish on good lure patterns. Form, flash and action are what makes a good lure pattern, colour is dictated by choice!
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Mini Lures are attractor patterns and competition favourites that will work on most still waters. It’s not just for rainbow trout but for brown trout too.
The Hooks used on our Competition (Mini) Flies are heavy weight wire, medium shank and down eye, size 10 to conform with International rules. The dressing is 15/16” maximum when “Wet”.
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The extra long zonker style body, creates a snake like movement through the water, making this fly a deadly pattern for still water Trout.
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A stillwater technique developed by competition fishermen; fast-stripping brightly colored "blob" flies. Blobs can be fished at all depths, it's a very deadly fly. These Blob flies are hammering stillwater trout in competitions throughout Britain.
The "Blob" colourful series of dry flies are possibly the simplest trout flies ever created;and despite their simplicity, they are remarkably successful. These flies are used a great deal in the competition scene, with deserved success. Generally they are most effective when boat fishing although they can prove quite successful from the bank. The tantilizing sparkle attract the fish towards your team of flies.
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Small fish/fry patterns are an ideal choice when fish are busy feeding on fry; deadly when fished late on in the season: trout become predatory and attack veraciously shoals of coarse fry.
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The Muddler when fished on the surface it will imitate a variation of terrestrial bugs, also such delights as grasshoppers to wounded minnows. Underwater it many well appearance to the trout as a large nymph or small baitfish.
The Tadpole (also known as Bugger or Worm Fly) is a versatile and productive fly. The marabou tail and in many cases a palmered body suggest succulent larva, tadpoles or leeches.
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Streamer Flies are created to imitate the prey preferred by the bigger fish. They are a simple pattern that has fluidity in the water, appealing movement and a general overall attractiveness.
Bucktails are streamers tied with hair wings instead of feathers They are more suitable for fishing in broad, fast waters; typically imitations of anything which is long, thin, and mobile.
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A feeding Trout does not care if food comes up from the stream or lakes bottom to hatch, or if it falls in from the bank.
Trout are very aware of making surface terrestrials an important food source; It makes up around 60% of a fish's diet at certain times of the year.
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The Zonker is a successful still water attractor pattern and a great baitfish imitator. The tantalizing way the rabbit hair moves is very attractive to large, predatory trout. Works well in both rivers and lakes.
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Hothead are popular and proven damsel fly patterns with a colourful trigger point; this also acts as a tantalizing ‘target’ in cloudy waters.
Fish these search and attractor lures on a range of densities of fly lines with a varied retrieves.
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The Bunny Leech is a general-purpose streamer, a superb fly. It is useful in lakes and in slower portions of rivers.
The use of Rabbit Fur cut into zonker strips gives these flies a pulsating movement that trout just find irritable specially on a jerky and erratic retrieve.
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The Booby is fishing a buoyant fly on sinking line and very short leader. Your Booby fly can be presented hovering temptingly just above the bottom, where the fish are often lying especially during early season.
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Beaded Specials are popular and often larger flashier damsel fly patterns. The beads will allow the fly to descend quicker getting to the required depth. Fish these search and attractor lures on a range of densities of fly line with a varied retrieves.
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Goldheads are popular and proven damsel fly patterns with a bright trigger point; the gold bead will allow the fly to descend quicker getting to the required depth. Fish these, search and attractor lures on a range of densities of fly line with a varied retrieves.
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An outstandingly successful and stimulating dressing with a movement that is so tantalizing to predatory trout. In summer fish the interesting banks and reed beds where the natural damsels dart around. With it’s goldhead getting to the required depth, they are superb in the colder months.
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This Apache series is probably the most exciting search pattern to hit stillwaters, lakes, ponds and reservoirs. We have upgraded from rabbit fur to a first class 'Mink' fur body which gives these apache flies such tantalizing, pulsating dynamics in the water. The benefits of using Mink fur is well worth the small extra expense to achieve a superb killing pattern.
The pulsing movement of the Mink body plus the stimulating flowing and eye catching movement of the marabou & flashabou tail is a serious killer. Two to three short jerks followed by a steady retrieve and repeat. Be ready for savage takes!!!
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