Hopper patterns offer real versatility as nymph emerger, dry fly and terrestrials, all tied with mobile tempting knotted legs.
Many Daddy Longlegs or Crane Flies are on the water from June to early October. This fishing fly makes a decent mouthful and will often tempt when small traditional fishing patterns are ignored.
Created for surface fly fishing they also work extremely well as a wet fly on an intermediate or sinking line when fishing larger still waters or reservoirs for trout.
Flies tied upon request
We have hidden 47 more fishing flies available upon request within our fly fishing library. If you are interested in any designs, we will happily consider tying them for you. Either register your interest, or send us a message with the pattern and hook sizes you would like the flies tied to.
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