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Hackled Wet Flies

Wet flies with Hackles tied around the neck, the hackle, gives a little extra life to your wet fly and makes them a little more interesting for the Trout. Subsurface flies are a popular choice in rivers and still waters alike, make sure you have a good selection from both the hackled and the winged varieties.

Model: 306-1
Alexandra wet trout fly in a range of sizes from 6-12 hook, a good sea trout fly.The Alexandra, or Lady of the Lake, as it was then called, was introduced some time around 1860. It was re-named in honour of Princess Alexandra.It was such a popular and successful pattern that its use was literally ba..
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Model: 700-5
Barbless Black PennellThe Black Pennell trout fly was devised in the nineteenth century by H. Cholmondeley Pennell, the Black Pennell is particularly popular in the remoter waters of the Highlands. Commonly fished as a bob fly, it is especially good early in the fishing season when black midges are ..
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Model: 701-6
Barbless Zulu Wet FlyThe Zulu wet Trout fly was once banned from competitive angling on account of its killing properties, the Black Zulu is best fished as a bob fly, tripped along the top of the waves on dull windy days. When food is scare to the fish they will always go for this one. The tradition..
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Model: 308-2
The Bibio trout fly is of Irish origin and originally designed for Sea Trout, however, over the years and in a smaller hook it has become a favorite for rainbow trout, the bibio fly is great on the dropper or as a bob fly. Created in the late 50's it is used widely in the UK now for brown trout and ..
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Model: 314-6
Loch ordie black and blue has a soft hackle and popular on stream, rivers, lakes and reservoirs alike. ..
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Model: 309-5
The Black and Peacock Spider is a hackled wet trout fly that has origins from the early days of fly tying. It represents a range of food the trout will feed on and its simply one of the best wet patterns around...
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Model: 309-1
The Black Pennell trout fly was devised in the nineteenth century by H. Cholmondeley Pennell, the Black Pennell is particularly popular in the remoter waters of the Highlands. Commonly fished as a bob fly, it is especially good early in the fishing season when black midges are hatching. Its a versat..
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Model: 303-3
The black spider wet fly is simple and very effective, an all rounder I would not be without them/ Use it on rivers, reservoirs, still water, equally effective everywhere. Trout seem attracted to it as the black spider wet fly will represent quite a range of insects...
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Model: 302-5
Another version of our popular Zulu wet Trout fly is this Blue Zulu. The Zulu is best fished as a bob fly, tripped along the top of the waves on dull windy days. Can be used as a dapping fly...
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Model: 308-4
The claret bumble wet flies are of Irish Origin and is a definite lake fly fished either on the point or as a general wet fly. Fish the Bumble Trout Fly from spring through till autumn excellent for brown trout. The palmered hackles on the bumble fly mimic insect legs moveme..
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Model: 300-3
The coch-y-bonddu wet fly is a traditional fly which is great for both river and stillwater fly fishing. The Coch-y-Bonddu goes back to the 1700s this makes it one of the earliest beetle patterns, in fact, it's one of the earliest known flies. Traditional summer fly but to be honest it wil..
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Model: 300-5
The Green Peter wet fly was developed in Ireland and found its way to UK still waters with great success, use as a top dropper, handy little wet fly...
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