My Shopping Basket

UV Polar Bear White Fly

This fly is one of our library flies. If you want this fly, register your interest and be notified once this pattern arrives in stock.

Register your interest

If you are interested in this pattern please register your interest below. We have the most popular patterns tied up, so encourage your friends to register to increase priority.

Once this pattern becomes available for sale we will send you a non-intrusive notification via your browser or mobile.

Fill in your email address to also be notified via email once available.

Notification Email Address:

Please Note: The first time you make a request you may be asked to accept or block notifications from us. Please choose 'Accept', otherwise your request may not be processed.

Similar Flies in Stock

When should I fish with the UV Polar Bear White?

This graph shows trends of when fly fishermen use the UV Polar Bear White to fish with and what hooks are most popular throughout the fly-fishing season.

About the UV Polar Bear White Trout Fly

Note that this pattern has been replaced with this variant.

The UV Polar Bear White is one of the very successful Polar Bear series of flies that will tempt trout on even the hardest of days.

The added UV hackle flash makes pattern an exciting and deadly fly.

Country of origin for this trout fly: England

This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water

Comments from other fly fishermen

Fantastic fly, this fly will tempt any trout. problem is when I use this fly I usually get my bag limit within a short period of time, so Im not there long enough. 5 star fly which I have used in diffirent venues and had success at all of them. - 5 out of 5 Stars by on 17/03/2008

I'm new to fly fishing,only started in september this year.Used this fly for the first time yesterday, most of the lake was frozen solid,but when this hit the small area of water not frozen the bites were fierce and constant.A 10lb bag in under 2 hrs. - 5 out of 5 Stars by on 09/12/2010

to make a comment

To make a comment, please sign-in or register securely with us.