Simple Fly Fishing Box of Flies
A box of one dozen soft-hackle flies tied on #12 hooks; three each of the Mormon girl, Pheasant Tail, Peacock, and Hare’s Ear patterns.
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Imitation may be the highest form of flattery, but when it comes to catching fish with a fly, trying to visually match every possible hatch or life-cycle stage of an insect is just overkill. A simpler approach is to focus on keeping a more suggestive pattern where the fish are likely to be feeding and imparting lifelike action to trigger a strike. The four soft-hackle patterns in this box of flies help you do just that, covering the range of hatches most commonly encountered on stream, and are meant to be fished just under the surface of the water to represent an emerging insect. Each box contains a dozen flies: three each of the Mormon girl, Pheasant Tail, Peacock, and Hare’s Ear patterns. Tied with only the finest quality hooks and materials by the Montana Fly Company. All flies are #12.
- One dozen soft-hackle flies, three of each pattern: Mormon Girl, Pheasant Tail, Peacock, and Hare’s Ear
- All flies tied on #12 hooks
- 14 g (0.5 oz)
- Made in Thailand.
Sff Box Of Flies is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by RevNeal from Nice selection I spotted the flies when I bought a Tankara rod for my wife. What interested me as a devoted soft-hackle fly user was that an adaptation of the Mormon Girl was in the selection. So, I tied several in a variety of sizes and just hammered rainbow and cutthroat trout in south eastern Idaho on all kinds of water from the big South Fork of the Snake to creeks. A guide asked what I was using. When I told him he said, "Well, that's something they've never seen before."
Date published: 2016-06-03