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"88"
Streamers / Bucktails

A gentleman introduced this little streamer to me back in the late seventies. I used it with great success in the small streams here in northern NH for several years. I kind of lost track of them for a long time until I started tying my own version a couple of years ago. This streamer still catchs fish as well as it ever did, and it does equally well in streams or trout ponds. I'm glad I rediscovered this pattern, it is a nice addition to anyones streamer box. Offered in sizes 8, 10.

$2.25
Aziscohos Smelt (Chartreuse)
Streamers / Bucktails
Chartreuse+White offered in size4
$2.50
Aziscohos Smelt (Olive+White)
Streamers / Bucktails

This pattern is named in honor of Aziscohos Lake in western Maine. It had it's debut there one Memorial Day weekend and did quite well, catching several good landlock salmon. The pattern shown here is the olive+white, This series of streamers produce a lot of movement even while being trolled if you work the rod a little, and they have a fair amount of flash that landlocks and brookies are attracted to.Offered in size 4.

$2.50
Aziscohos Smelt (purple+White)
Streamers / Bucktails
Purple+White, offered in size4
$2.50
Blackghost
Streamers / Bucktails
The blackghost streamer has its origins in the Rangely Lakes region of Maine. This pattern works well in the streams for brookies and landlocks as well as being a good choice for trolling in the lakes for these same speices. The fly shown here has a feather wing, but a wing of marabou is also very popular. Please specify your preference when ordering, sizes#6,#8
$2.25
Blacknose Dace
Streamers / Bucktails

A good choice for trout and salmon, fish this bucktail in the traditional manner. Cast across and slightly down, let it swing down in the current working the fly a little with the rod, then strip it back and repeat. Sizes#6,#8.

$2.25
Blue ghost
Streamers / Bucktails

This feather wing streamer is offered in two sizes, #4 extra long hook and #6 on a shorter hook. The longer one is best suited for trolling and the shorter one is better for casting but can also be trolled. Sometimes just a change in size is all it takes to entice reluctant fish.

$3.00
Brown Owl
Streamers / Bucktails

This little streamer is similar to a Hornburg but with some distinct differences. It has no yellow underwing and the top of the hackle is trimmed off flat. But what really sets this streamer apart is the deerhair overwing.This streamer takes on a  different look after its been fished for a while. It becomes more streamline with a dark back, light sides and belly much like a real bait fish. Offered in sizes 6 and 8.

$2.25
Brown Retriever
Streamers / Bucktails

Brown Variation of the Golden Retriever

Offered in size 10

$2.25
Bruces Old Standby ( B.O.S.)
Streamers / Bucktails

This fly is a favorite of a dear old friend of mine. He handed me one a long time ago and asked if I would tie up a few for him for an upcoming fishing trip.He said the pattern had saved the day for him on many occassions. I had never seen one like it in a store or catalog. Bruce didn't have a name for it, so I gave it his name! And just like my old friend this fly has caught alot of fish over the years. Sizes#8,10

$2.25
Brunette (Chartreuse)
Streamers / Bucktails
Chartreuse+White size4
$2.25
Brunette (Black+White)
Streamers / Bucktails
Black+White size4
$2.25
Brunette (Rainbow Smelt)
Streamers / Bucktails

The Brunette series of Bucktails are not tied in the traditional manner. Instead, this is a long pattern tied on a short, rugged hook. It is similar to the old Joe Brooks Blonde Bucktails, but I've made some changes that I think make it a little smarter.(no offense to blondes intended!) The short hook on this pattern make it a breeze to cast and the material is not prone to getting fouled around the hook. Good for many different gamefish. This is the smelt color, offered in size 4

 

$2.25
Brunette (Yellow+Red)
Streamers / Bucktails
Yellow+red size4
$2.25
Copper Head
Streamers / Bucktails

All the fur on this fly comes from a Coyotes mask. This provides great movement and natural colors. The copper  head and copper flashabou is sparse, creating just enough extra movement and flash to entice fish.

Offered in size #6, or #8, Custom sizes can be requested.

​Please specify size when ordering

$2.25
Coyote , Orange
Streamers / Bucktails

The Coyote is a pattern I developed for fishing rivers where stoneflies are present. This fly is heavely weighted to get down quickly, even in fast water. The coyote fur tail and collar of this fly add movement, the ice dub and cone provide the flash. Fish this fly like you would a streamer or fish it like you would a big stone fly nymph, I have used both methods with great success in the Androscoggin River here in NH. I tie these in size 10 or 8 , be sure to specify size when ordering.

$2.25
Coyote, Olive
Streamers / Bucktails

Great little streamer/nymph for fishing the rivers and ponds. This fly is heavily weighted. Comes in sizes 10, 8, please specifly size when ordering.

$2.25
Dans Brookie
Streamers / Bucktails

Imitates the young Brook Trout that inhabit the clear, cold streams of the northcountry. Little brookies are a natural food source for the bigger fish that live in these beautiful waters.Sizes#6,#8,#10

$2.25
Daren Dick Special
Streamers / Bucktails

Great early season Streamer ! My friend Jim from Maine introduced this pattern to me a couple of years ago, now I never leave home with out a couple in my streamer box. Good fly for stream or pond. Brook Trout just love yellow and orange !

Offered in sizes #4, #6

$2.50
Golden Retriever
Streamers / Bucktails

This little steamer has become one of my favorites for small streams and trout ponds. It has become very popular to a lot of other New England trout fihermen as well. It is weighted, offers a lot of movement and a lot of flash. The one shown is the original, I also offer this streamer in White, Pink, Brown, Olive and Black. All in size 10.  If you would likle another color or size please email or call.

$2.25
grayghost streamer
Streamers / Bucktails

One of the most famous, and most elegant fly patterns,the grayghost streamer imitates the fresh water smelt that are abundant in the deep, clear lakes of northern New England. The one pictured here is tied is in the traditional manner on a long shank hook(size 4) making it best suited for trolling. I also offer a smaller, shorter pattern that casts well, (size 6) Specify size when ordering.   If you like this tied with real Jungle Cock eyes please contact me, this will add a 1.20 to the price per fly. 

$3.00
Hornburg
Streamers / Bucktails

This old pattern has been catching trout for many years and is still one of my favorites. Can be fished as a streamer or a dry fly, very versatile pattern. Offered in sizes 6, 8, 10.

$2.25
Little Brown Trout
Streamers / Bucktails

With its braided mylar body this is one of my favorite little brown trout imitations and the eyes are an added bonus that can really entice a fish to attack this fly. Sizes#6,#8

$2.25
Little Rainbow Trout
Streamers / Bucktails

Imitates the young rainbow trout that thrive in many streams and rivers from one end of appalachia to the other. Recognized by big trout everywhere! Sizes#6,#8.

$2.25
Mickey Finn
Streamers / Bucktails

One of the most recognized bucktails in the country, this classic pattern has been around for a long time. The yellow+red wing and and a little flash from its tinsel body give this bucktail every thing it needs to attract fish. I have used this pattern in different sizes on small streams to catch brookies, big rivers to catch rainbows, and I have had great success with it catching smallmouth bass and chain pickerel. Sizes#6,#8,#10 are available.

$2.25
Moby Dick
Streamers / Bucktails

This variation of the original Moby Dick was created by my good friend Mike. He is a registered Maine Guide and a remote trout pond specialist. I have personally witnessed this pattern take many beautiful Brook Trout from these remote ( and I do mean remote! ) ponds. I dont't know what the fish think their eating when they take this fly, but take it they do. Thaks for sharing this pattern Mike!

Offered in size #10

$2.25
Muddler Minnow
Streamers / Bucktails

The muddler has been around for a long time, and for good reason, it catches fish, plain and simple. There are many variations of this pattern but the original recipe still works great. This fly can be fished down under the surface like a streamer or you can apply a little floatant and actually use it to imitate a grasshopper, making this is one of the more versatile patterns. A good addition to any well stocked fly box, these are offered in two sizes, #6, #8

$2.25
Olive Retriever
Streamers / Bucktails

Olive variation of the Golden Retriever

Offered in size 10

$2.25
Orange Wing Muddler
Streamers / Bucktails

The Muddler Minnow is one of the most versitile patterns out there. Can be fished dry or wet. The Orange Wing Muddler is a great addition to anyones muddler box. Try this pattern on your favorite trout pond early in the year, grease it up good with floatant and fish it like you would a Bass popper and see what happens! Great fly for the rivers and streams as well, can imitate small bait fish or can be used as a hopper dry fly.

Offered in sizes #6 and #8

​Please specify size when ordering

$2.25
Pink Retriever
Streamers / Bucktails

My favorite variation of the Golden Retriever. Great little streamer on Brook Trout ponds and small streams.

$2.25
Red+White Marabou
Streamers / Bucktails

The deadly combination of a red body and a white marabou wing make this a very effective streamer anywhere, any time. Good for many spieces of gamefish.Size#6,#4

$2.00
Umbagog Smelt
Streamers / Bucktails

An old traditional streamer thats a good choice for trolling lakes and ponds for trout and salmon. This pattern is offered in sizes #4, and #6

$2.50
Warden's Worry
Streamers / Bucktails

The name says it all, good pattern for trout and salmon. But be mindful of how many you keep for supper! Sizes#6,#8

$2.25
West Branch Bugger, (Chartruese)
Streamers / Bucktails
Size 10 unless otherwize stated.
$2.00
West Branch Bugger, (White)
Streamers / Bucktails
Size 10 unless otherwize stated
$2.00
West Branch Bugger,(Black)
Streamers / Bucktails

Here's something different for your streamer box. The weight on this little steamer is the beadchain eyes. These give it some flash as well a nice diveing action. I especially like using this pattern in the smaller streams around northern New Hampshire. Works well where the brook trout are a little on the wild side. I offer this streamer in size 10 but I can custom tie them in different sizes and colors.

$2.00
West Branch Bugger,(Yellow)
Streamers / Bucktails
Size 10 unless otherwise stated.
$2.00
Wood Duck Heron
Streamers / Bucktails

A very simple steamer that the trout find very appealing. This pattern has become quite popular with serious New hampshire anglers. This streamer can be tied in a variety of color combinations, I can custom tie these if needed. Email or call if you want some in a different color.  Offered in sizes 6, 8.

$2.25
Wood Special
Streamers / Bucktails
The Wood Special has been around for long time but it's one that you won't find in every fly shop. This is a great little casting streamer for brook trout and landlock salmon, there's just something about the color orange. Although this is a streamer it can also be used to imitate an adult stone fly. Try this one in one of your favorite brookie streams.Sizes #6, # 8
$2.25
Woolly Bugger
Streamers / Bucktails

Available in sizes #6,#8.What can be said about woolly buggers that hasn't already been said. Quite possibly the best all around pattern on the planet. If I had to pick just one fly to use for a season of fishing it would be the woolly bugger. I offer these in olive, yellow, black, white, red+white and chartruese. Please specify color and size, or I can custom tie them in different colors per request. These are all weighted unless unweighted is specified. Custom orders will take a little longer.

$2.00
Yellw Marabou
Streamers / Bucktails

Good all around streamer for many spieces of game fish, trout, salmon, bass.Yellow is always a good choice of color for most any fishing situation. Sizes#6,#4.

$2.00
Adams
Dry Flies

With its gray body and barred wings the adams can represent many grayish colored mayflies. Worth a try even when there is no apparent hatch, good choice for all spieces of trout. Sizes#12,#14

$2.00
Andro Stone
Dry Flies

Here's a dryfly that at first appearence may look like a traditional dry. If you take a closer look though you will see that its not. First of all this is a big fly because its tied to match the size of the big stoneflies that live on the Androscogin river in NH and Maine. Second, it not only has a tail of deer hair it also has an underwing of deer hair that will aid in floatation. And third it has a large head made of icedub. I have taken some nice rainbow trout with this fly on the "Andro"and always have some with me anywhere there is a chance big stonflies will be present. These are offered in sizes 6 and 8.

$2.25
, , , Ausable Bomber
Dry Flies

The Ausable Bomber is one of my "Go To" flies when fishing the rough and tumble streams of northern New England. This fly is designed to float high and is great for skimming across the suface. I often fish this fly well greased with floatant to keep it high and dry for an extended period. It can also be an effective fly on trout ponds when the more delicate dries are not pulling their weight. I have also had great success fishing for Small mouth Bass with this pattern.

The pattern in the picture is the original color and my favorite but I also offer it in orange, yellow and brown, ( The Brown Bomber! )

Offered in size #12

Please Specifly color when ordering

 

 

$2.00
Ausable Wulff
Dry Flies

This is a Great attractor pattern, the Ausable Wulff is highly visible to fish and fisherman, floats well even in fast moving water. Good choice for all speices of trout, salmon, and smallmouth bass. Sizes 10, 12, 14.

$2.00
, , , Baby Dragon
Dry Flies

The Baby Dragon is a smaller variation of my popular "Dans Dragon" Bass popper. Although not your traditional trout fly this can be a very effective pattern at times and a great addition to your fly box. I had great success with this pattern on some remote trout ponds in Baxter State Park in Maine the first time I used one of these flies. This pattern is tough as nails and will float all day without floatant. Very easy to cast also.

Offered in size #10

​Colors

​Orange, Tan, Black, Olive

Please specify color when ordering

$2.00
Dark Cahill (Dry Fly)
Dry Flies

The Dark Cahill is another of the traditonal dry flies, it can represent many of the gray colored mayflies that are abundant throughout the country. Sizes#12,#14

$2.00
Deer Hair Caddis
Dry Flies

The Deer Hair Caddis is one of my favorite dryÿflies, its simple to tie, floats well and imitates numerous dark speices of caddis. In Northern NH waters, the caddisfly is seen more consistently than the mayfly, there always seems to be at least a few of them around. At times there's a lot of them around. Sizes 10, 12, 14.ÿ

$2.00
DeerHair Caddis (Yellow)
Dry Flies

Yellow is a good color in almost any fly type. Throwing a yellow caddis is always worth a try, especially where rainbows hang out. This fly floats very well and is easy to see. Sizes 10, 12, 14.

$2.00
Double Humpy
Dry Flies

If one Humpy is good then two should be even better, sometimes that is very true! I have been tying and fishing these big flies for several years and they have become one of my favorites. I've taken some outstanding rainbow trout on the Androscogin with these flies and the largest brookie that i've ever taken on the Magalaway River in western Maine was fooled by a Double Humpy. These flies float like a cork and the trout seem to hit them violently, which is okay by me! These are offered in sizes 6 and 8.

$2.50
Humpy
Dry Flies

The main ingredient in a humpy is deerhair, the tail, the hump and the wings are all made from deerhair making these flies float like corks. This productive fly works well in fast turbulant water and is worth a try on flat water when other patterns aren't producing. The fly shown is tied with a chartruese underbody and is also available with yellow, Sizes 10, 12, 14.

$2.00
LaPointes Stonefly
Dry Flies

In mid to late June the fishing on the Androscogin in NH is at its finest. One of the largest and easily recognized aqautic insects on this river is the stonefly. They seem to prefer fast moving water and the Andro has plenty of that. Here is something different to imitate or "suggest" an adult stone. Sometimes offering the trout something they have'nt seen before can really get thier attention. I offer these in sizes 6 and 8.

$2.25
Light Cahill (Dry Fly)
Dry Flies

This pattern represents the lighter colored mayflies and together with the Dark Cahill can cover a lot of the mayfly spieces. Sizes#12,#14

$2.00
March Brown
Dry Flies

The March Brown represents a particular mayfly but can be productive when any mayfly of similar color is active. This is a good searching pattern when fishing unfamilar waters. Sizes #12,#14

$2.00
Mr. Rapidan
Dry Flies

This dry fly hails from the mid atlantic states but works well anywhere trout and salmon reside. This can also be one heck of a bass fly, in other words its a very verstile dry fly. This fly can represent a number of mayflies with its combination of colors and materials. A good choice in fast turbulant water when chasing trout or when cast along the bank of your favorite smallmouth river. offered in sizes 10,12,14.

$2.00
Red Quill
Dry Flies

This fly has a very sleek, segmented body closely imitating that of a mayfly. Good choice when a delicate presentation is needed. Use a light leader, a little of your favorite floatant and throw a gentle cast allowing the fly to land softly on the water, you may be pleasantly rewarded! Sizes#12,#14

$2.00
Royal Wulff
Dry Flies

The royal wulff doesn't look like anything natural, but it has accounted for a lot of fish over the years. It works great in fast turbulant water especially if you apply a little floatant. One ofÿthe best attributes of this fly is that it is highly visible even for those of us whose eyes don't work quite as well as they once did! Out standing pattern for brooktrout and landlock salmon. Sizes 10, 12, 14.ÿ

$2.00
Snow Shoe Caddis
Dry Flies

Can be fished as a dry or wet fly. Great little stream pattern.

Offered in size 12

$2.00
Tent Wing Caddis
Dry Flies

More exacting in imitation than the hair wing caddis.This pattern is better suited for slow and still water situations. Applying a little floatant is recomended when using this effective pattern. Sizes#12,#14

$2.00
, Usual
Dry Flies

Made from the hair and under fur from the bottom of a Snow Shoe hares hind feet. This is simple pattern can effectively imitate  Mayflies. Dab just a bit of floatant on the wing of this fly to keep it floating low in the surface film like a real Mayfly.

offered in size #12, #14

Natural color or olive

​Please specify color and size when ordering

$2.00
River Jack
Nymphs

This is a nice little bead head nymph that can suggest a lot of different bugs, Kind of a Jack of all trades. This little nymph contains two of my favorite materials, Gray Squirrel fur and Ice Dub, a great fish catching combination. Offered in sizes 10, 12, 14.

$2.00
Bitch Creek
Nymphs

The Bitch Creek Nymph has been around for a long time, it was one of the earlier patterns to use rubber legs. The coloration and the movement from the rubber legs give this fly a lot of appeal to trout everywhere.

Offered in size #6

$2.00
Cased Caddis Nymph (Gold)
Nymphs

The caddis fly nymph protects itself by attaching objects to itself such as sand or small wood debris like spruce needles. This makes them easily recognizable in the stream. If you notice a very small ball of sand moving along the bottom where there is no current it's not your imagination, it's a caddis fly nymph. The Cased Caddis Fly Nymph imitates this stage of the caddis flies life cycle. Sizes#12,#14.

$2.00
Cased Caddis Nymph (silver)
Nymphs

Sizes#12,#14.

$2.00
Christmass Caddis
Nymphs

Sometimes a flashy green Caddis nymph is just the ticket. Great pattern for the Magalloway River in Western Maine.

Offered in sizes 10, 12, 14

​Please specify size when ordering

$2.00
Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear
Nymphs

One of the best all around nymphs you can carry, great searching pattern for all spieces of trout and landlock salmon. My first choice when I want to fish a nymph, looks buggy enough to suggest a lot of different insects. Its a good idea to have several sizes in your box. Sizes#8,#10,#12, weighted.

$2.00
Gray Nymph
Nymphs

This pattern, in different sizes has accounted for a lot of trout for me and my sons over the years, especially rainbow trout. Good searching pattern when nothing obvious is going on. Sizes#8,#10, weighted.

$2.00
Gray Squirrel
Nymphs

This nymph has become my favorite nymph on the Adroscoggin River. I have seen some nice Rainbows fooled by this fly on the Shelburne section of this big river. This fly also saved the day for a friend fishing a remote trout pond in northern Maine. You won't find this nymph in the big fly shops, this was created right here at my little shop and tested on the local streams. 

$2.00
Grouse Nymph
Nymphs

The grouse secondary feathers on this nymph give it a lot of movement in the water. I have had good luck with this pattern in smaller streams fishing for both brookies and rainbows. I tie this nymph unweighted which allows it to be thrown around by the current, giving it natural movement. Sizes#8,#10.

$2.00
Maple Syrup
Nymphs

The Maple Syrup is one of the simplest nymph patterns out there but a very effective nymph. I tie this pattern unweighted so if I want to get it down I use a sink tip or full sinking line, or add a little split shot to the leader. I also fish it on a dry line letting it float around just under the surface. This pattern presents a big juicy easy meal to Trout or Bass.

Offered in size #10

$2.00
Maple Syrup ( Brown )
Nymphs

Same as the original Mayple Syrup accept Brown with fluoresent orange thread. A great color combination.

Offered in size #10

$2.00
May West
Nymphs

A little gawdy in color, this nymph doesn't match anything natural in color but sometimes does attract attention. Something unusual can occasionally do the trick, and it adds to the color range in your nymph box. Sizes #10,#12.

$1.90
Olive Caddis
Nymphs

Olive body, black head, great caddis nymph imitation. Offered in sizes 10, 12, 14, please specify size or sizes when ordering.

$2.00
Pheasant Tail Nymph
Nymphs

This is a simple but very effective example of a pheasant tail nymph. The tail fibers are counter wrapped with wire to give it a little flash and to protect it from rough treatment by the local trout population. Good in smaller rivers and streams, presented with a dead drift. Also good as a dropper used with a high floating dry fly. Sizes #12,#14.

$2.00
Red Fox Squirrel Nymph
Nymphs

This Dave Whitlock pattern has many variations but I think the original version is still the best one. This is another nymph that can imitate a number of different insects. Sizes#8,#10,#12, weighted.

$2.00
Dark Cahill (Wet Fly)
Wet Flies

With its wing and tail of wood duck flank feathers and its muskrat dubbed body, this wet fly is a classic. And although you may not see these in the catalogs or fly shop bins as much anymore, the dark and light cahill wet flies are still attractive to the trout. These little flies represent something good to eat to the hungry fish. Sizes #10#12#14

$1.90
Light Cahill (Wet Fly)
Wet Flies

Sizes #10#12#14

$1.90
March Brown Spider
Wet Flies
This is my favorite soft hackle fly, I let this fly drift down through a pool then strip it back up using short three to five inch strips, sometimes letting it float back down in the current a foot or so then bring it back again in short strips. Sizes#10, #12,#14.
$1.90
Partridge and Orange
Wet Flies

This wet fly is part of the "Soft Hackle" family, these are great little subsurface flies. The sparsley tied hackle moves very naturally in the current and can be suggestive of a number of different insects. I use these in mostly smaller rivers with as light a leader as possible. Sizes #10#12#14

$1.90
Partridge and Yellow
Wet Flies

The Partidge and Yellow goes well in your box along side the Partridge and Orange and other soft hackles. If you would like a different color or size make a request in the box provided and I will let you know if I can make them up or not. Sizes #10#12#14

$1.90
Peacock and Grouse
Wet Flies

Simple but effective, with a body of peacock herl and a soft hackle from a grouse this little wet fly attracts trout like kids to a candy store. There's just something buggy about peacock herl, and as you know trout like bugs! Sizes #10#12#14

$1.90
Black Beetle
Terrestrials
Beetles are in abundace all summer so its a good idea to have a few in your box.This is a simple but effective imitation, I especially like using these in the smaller streams in my area. Size 12.
$1.90
Carpenter Ant
Terrestrials
This is a good sized ant pattern and a very simple one. The main ingrediant in this fly is foam so evan if it goes under the surface it will tend to hang in the water rather than sink to the bottom. Size 12.
$1.90
Deer Hair Hopper (Olive)
Terrestrials

Size #8. Very realistic pattern, floats low in the water. Can be very effective along stream banks with a lot of grass and low vegitation. The Deer Hair Hopper is a good choice from mid summer through early fall. Try letting this fly dead drift through a likely spot, give it just a little twitch or two but don't over do it. Keep it as natural a presentation as possible.

$2.75
Flying Ant
Terrestrials
Keep a few of these in your terrestrial box incase you happen to be out fishing and see a bunch of flying ants out there. Size 12.
$1.90
Foam Beetle
Terrestrials

Size #10. Very simple pattern, great choice when good floatation is needed and good looks aren't!

$1.90
H + F Hopper, Orange
Terrestrials

I don't know why orange works when it comes to grasshopper imitations, but it does. Orange is just one of those colors that can have an inviting effect on a trouts appetite. Maybe its best to not worry about why and just enjoy it! This little hopper is offered in size 10

$2.00
H+F Cricket
Terrestrials

Size #10. Crickets are a very abundant but often over looked insect. Fish this the same way you would a hopper, good choice in the early morning or late evening.

$2.00
H+F Hopper, Olive
Terrestrials

Size #10. The foam wing on this little hopper allows the body to hang below the surface in a realistic fashion. Good choice when smaller grass hoppers are in abundance. (mid to late summer).

$2.00
Neon Beetle
Terrestrials
Good pattern for bass and panfish, will float all day and the rubber legs add a lot of movement. Its also easy for us to see on the water which can be a big plus when teaching a youngster to fish. Size 12.
$1.90
Nothing Fancy Hopper, Olive
Terrestrials

Size #10. If you're someone who finds beauty in simple things, then you will like this hopper pattern. Nothing fancy, just some foam, a little flash, rubber legs and some deer hair. Now, add water and you're fishing! No floatant needed, this fly will float all day, just cast it into a likely spot, like near the stream bank where there is plenty of vegetation. Give it just a couple of little short jerks, let it rest, then some more little short jerks ( just enough to move the legs ) let rest again, and be ready. Trout love hoppers!

$2.00
Nothing Fancy Hopper, Tan
Terrestrials
Size 10
$2.00
Snow Shoe Ant
Terrestrials

A nice simple little ant pattern. The wing on this fly is hair from the bottom of a Snow Shoe Hares foot adding to it floatation.

Offered in size 12

$2.00
Clouser Deep Minnow (Chartreuse)
Bass Flies

"Clousers", as they are commonly known, have been around for quite a while and for good reason, they catch fish. Originally designed to catch Smallmouth Bass, these fly rod lures have caught many spieces of fish all over the world. The sparsely tied bucktail give this pattern a very natural movement. This is one of my favorite smallmouth getters. Sizes#4,#6.

$2.50
Clouser Deep Minnow (Orange+White)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
Clouser Deep Minnow (Red+White)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
Clouser Deep Minnow (Yellow+Red)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
Dans Dragon (Gray)
Bass Flies

Available in sizes #4,#6. I designed these top water bass bugs to catch smallmouth on the upper Androscoggin River in NH and Maine. This fly casts very well and will float all day, it's also quite durable. I have spent days on "The River" as the Androscoggin is locally refered to catching smallmouth, chain pickeral and yellow perch all on the same Dans Dragon. I tie these bugs weedless so you can cast them into those tough places bass like to hide in. I can also custom tie these on stainless steel hooks if someone is interested in using them for salt water spieces, please specify in box provided.  Please specify size when ordering. Custom orders will take a little longer.

$2.50
Dans Dragon (Green+ White)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
Dans Dragon (Red White)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
Dans Dragon (Tan)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
DansDragon (Black+Chartreuse)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
DansDragon (Orange)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
DansDragon (Yellow)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
DansDragon (Black)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.
$2.50
Fly Rod Jig (Red+Black)
Bass Flies
Fly Rod Jigs are a nice simple little lure that are easy to cast and easy to fish. The dumbell eyes give it the forward weight to perform like a jig and the marabou tail creates a lot of movement.I have had great luck in the spring catching yellow perch with these jigs, but they are worth a try any time for all the warm water spieces of game fish. Size#8.
$2.25
Fly Rod Jig (Yellow)
Bass Flies

Size#8.

$2.25
Foam Bass Bug (Black+Blue)
Bass Flies
Sizes #4,#6.This is a high floating bug that will move a lot of water when stripped in with quick pulls on the fly line. the bigger size offers quite a mouthful to whatever spieces your after, so be prepared for anything! These are a little harder to cast because they catch a lot of air, but once you get aÿgood length ofÿline out it gets easier. Sometimes it's a good idea to let the bass bug sit still for a few moments after it hits the water before starting the retrieve. Often, it's that first quick pull that gets the strike. The best retrieve is a quick pull, hold, quick pull, hold method.
$2.75
Foam Bass Bug (Green+ White)
Bass Flies
Sizes #4,#6.
$2.75
Foam Bass Bug (Orange+White)
Bass Flies
Sizes #4,#6.
$2.75
Foam Bass Bug (Yellow+Orange)
Bass Flies
Sizes #4,#6.
$2.75
Sheep Head (Black)
Bass Flies

The Sheep Head series of bass streamers has become some of my favorite bass getters. They sink quickly, have good movement and enough flash to attract the attention of big bass and other warm water game fish. You can strip this streamer in fast keeping it on a fairly level path, or it can be fished slower in an up and down motion like a jig. Try different methods, In shallow areas you can use a floating line but in deeper water I recomend a sinking tip or full sinking line. Sizes#4,#6.

$2.50
Sheep Head (Bubba Gum)
Bass Flies
Sizes#6,#4.
$2.50
Sheep Head (Chartreuse)
Bass Flies

Sizes#4,#6.

$2.50
Sheep Head (Olive+White)
Bass Flies

Sizes#4,#6.

$2.50
Sheep Head (Purple)
Bass Flies
Sizes#4,#6.For info refer to Sheep Head (chartruese)
$2.50
Woolly Bugger
Bass Flies

These Woolly Buggers are the same as a traditional Bugger except they are tied with a mono weedguard. This allows you the ability to castright into the grass, lily pads, or weedbeds where bass and other warm water fish like to hangout. I offer these in the following colors, red+white(my favorite!) olive, black, white, and yellow, sizes#6,#8. Please specify size and color.

$2.25
Androscoggin Selection
Dan's Own Selections

Here is a great assortment of patterns to cover you for a day, a weekend, or even a whole week on the "Andro". This is a great starter kit for someone just getting into the great sport of flyfishing, or good way to refill the box of a seasoned angler. This selection was designed for the Androscoggin in New Hampshire and Maine. But I think it can also serve you well on your favorite large, cold stream that holds good numbers of trout and landlock salmon. A total of 32 flies in the following selection.

STREAMERS- Olive Woolly Bugger/ 6+8, B.O.S./8+10,Mickey Finn/6+8,Black Ghost/6+8

NYMPHS- Gold Ribbed Hares Ear/8+10,Gray Nymph/8+10,Red Fox Squirrel Nymph/8+10,Cased Caddis Nymph/8+10.

WET FLIES, two each - March Brown Spider/12,Peacock+Grouse/12,Partridge+Yellow/12,Partridge+ Orange/12.

DRY FLIES- Royal wulff/12+14,Humpy/12+14,Deer Hair Caddis/12+14,Nothing Fancy Hopper, two-size 10.

$55.00
Small stream Selection
Dan's Own Selections

Crystal clear water, beautiful scenery, and solitude, what more could a flyfisherman ask for. Northern New Hampshire is blessed with a multitude of wonderful small streams that hold good numbers of brookies and rainbows. You could easily spend a lifetime exploring all of these little jems of the northwoods. I have been at it most of my life and have only gotten to know a few of them really well. Chances are that you live in an area that has smaller streams that go mostly untouched by a lot of flyfishers, give them a try and you might be pleasantly surprized. Its a good idea to travel light when working your way along these rugged little waterways and usually all you need is a few well chosen patterns to cover your needs for a happy day spent fishing. Here is a small selection of flies that have worked well for me. This is a combination of 20 flies.

STREAMERS-Mickey Finn/ 6+8,Olive Wooly Bugger/ two #8,  Bruces Old Standby,(BOS)/two#10,West Branch/ #10 Red+White and Black one each.

NYMPHS +WET FLIES- Gold Ribbed Hares Ear/ 10+12,Gray nymph/ 10+12,March Brown Spider/two #12

DRY FLIES-Deer Hair Caddis/ 12+14,Humpy (yellow)/ 12+14,Royal Wulff/ 12+14

$40.00
Smallmouth Selection
Dan's Own Selections

Ifyou've never done battle with a smallmouth bass using a flyrod then you really need to try it. I think if you do you will be hooked for life(no pun intended!), if you have then you know what i'm talking about. I have spent a lot of time chasing smallies with flies and I never seem to tire of it, its fun, plain and simple. Here is a selection of some of my favorite patterns for fooling these wonderful fish. Some are of my own design, some are well known patterns that I have been using for many years. These flies will also work wonders on pickeral, pike and largemouth. This selection consists of two flies each of the same size, a total of16 flies.

DANS DRAGONS-Green+White/ #4,Tan/ #4,Black/ #4

SHEEPHEADS- Bubba Gum/ #4,Chartreuse/ #4,

WOOLLY BUGGERS- Red+White/ #6,Black/ #6

CLOUSER DEEP MINNOWS- Red+Yellow/ #4

$36.00
Streamer, Bucktail Selection
Dan's Own Selections

Whether i'm fishing for trout, landlocks or bass, I use streamers and bucktails more than any other type of fly. Why? Because big fish everywhere eat little fish everywhere! Here is a small selection of Streamers and bucktails that are some of my favorites. These are well suited for casting but of coarse they can also be trolled. This could be a great starter kit for new streamer box or a convienent way to refill an existing box. This selection contains a total of 20 flies.

Mickey Finn/ 6+8,Olive Woolly Bugger/ 6+8,Black Woolly Bugger/ 6+8,Dans Brookie/ 6+10,Gray Ghost/two-#6,Muddler/ 6+8,Black Ghost/two-#8,Brunette Smelt/ two-#4,Yellow Marbou/ 6+8,Wardens Worry/ 6+8

$40.00
Clear 15 compartment box
Boxes
These are great boxes for smaller flies such as nymphs and dries. Hackles on your dry flies will stay true being kept loose in the smallÿcompartments. You can also look at your flies without opening the box. Two of these boxes can be held together back to back, great for carring a lot of flies in the boat or canoe. These boxes are 4 by 6 inches. ÿ
$10.00
Medium, flat & ripple foam box
Boxes

This is the most popular size box. Fits in most vest pockets and can hold a lot of flies. One side is rippled which is great for holding your dries without ruining the hackles. The other side is flat for carring a lot of different stile flies or streamers. These boxes are approx. 4 by 6 inches and are available in maroon or black. Please specify color preference when ordering.

$10.00
Small flat & ripple foam box
Boxes

This is a great little box to keep in that small pocket of your vest or just put it in your shirt pocket when traveling light. I keep one of these boxes full of my favorite brook trout patterns. This little box of flies, an extra leader, some clippers, and bug dope is all I need to carry with me to enjoy a morning on one of the small, clear, cold streams that we are blessed with here in northern NH. These boxes measure 3 by 4 inches and are available in hunter orange. (easy to spot if you should drop it !)

$8.00
Hook Dispenser
Tying

These clam shell hook dispensers are the handiest thing since sliced bread! Yes these are real clam shells, surf clams or sometimes called hen clams from the coast of Maine.Very easy to slide a hook out on the polished surface of the shell rather than trying to pick one out of the little box they come in. And it is very easy to pour them back into the box due to the shape of the shell. They are also useful for other items such as beads, dumb bell eyes, etc... My wife uses one for small jewelry. These come in two basic sizes, large and small but no two are exactly alike. Clam shells are beakable although I've had one on my desk for years with no problem. Please specify size or sizes when ordering. Large or Small

$5.00
WISS Scissors
Tying

Great tying scissors, you can easily keep these in your hand while tying. These scissors are always in the open position, the blades are very sharp and replaceable. I've gotten to the point where the bobbin just doesn't feel right in my hand without these scissors in my hand also.

$15.00