The Salmon Fly hatch is one of the most sought after hatches of any fly fisherman. Having the right bug is key to enticing fish that live in high pressure areas and have seen tons of patterns. The Grease Monkey Stone brings a lot to the table. The segmented under body and the way it rides in the water makes this a really convincing snack to wary trout. Material List: Hook: #8 Allen natural bend or streamer hook Body 1: black/orange SRF Lami Foam 2mm Body 2: Brown 2mm foam Wing: SRF Grizzeltron Legs: Medium round rubber black Thread: Orange 6/0 semperfli waxed
Dads day is right around the corner and the crew at SRF want to help you get him exactly what he wants! Tons of great flies and materials to choose from on our site and in shop. We are offering 10% off gift certificates through fathers day which can be redeemed in store or our online store.Discount automatically applied at checkout.
Who doesn't love a greasy leech? Well the trout in our still waters sure do love em! This balanced leech utilizes a new dubbing line that is the perfect combo of simi seal like fibers and long cut fibers. It gives a great profile and the long cut fibers have incredible movement when wet. Material List: Hook: #10 0r #8 60 Deg. Jig Hook Bead: 3.5 or 4.0 Tungsten Bead Pin: SRF Balanced Leech Pin Body: Grease Leech Dubbing
Bugger style streamer patterns can be found in just about everyone's fly box. They have been consistently catching fish on rivers and lakes for years. The SRF bugger was good but the 2.0 version is even better. Adding barbell eyes not only keels this fly to ride hook point up but brings some realism to the equation. Fuller tapered head give great bait fish profile and the addition of krinklezon in the tail adds a great trigger point. Material List: Hook: Allen streamer hook # 4 Eyes: Med. Double pupil barbell eyes Tail: Black & Purple Marabou Flash: Midnight rainbow Krinklezon Body: Festival Hydro Hackle Thread: Semperfli 6/0 Waxed in purple
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