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River Flies

selection of trout flies that fish well in rivers during the Autumn months of September, October.
This selection is recommended for (but not limited to!) temperate regions particularly the UK

Model: 702/3
The black Spider patterns are a soft hackle wet fly which are very sparse. The trout see these as basic food to them, perhaps it suggests a caddis, stonefly or even midge? Who knows but they will always work and its advisable to have a range of sizes in your box as the "emergency fly"..
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Model: 701-2
Barbless Partridge and Orange Flies.The Partridge and Orange wet fly is a classic fly for streams best fished on a two or three fly cast. It can be used all year for both trout and grayling.The Partridge and Orange originated in the north country of England and were first described in T. E. Pri..
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Model: 700-4
The Snipe and purple wet fly originating in the North of England its a simple sparse fly used in shallow rough streams where food is scarce. Useful all year but very popular late season, imitates the iron blues.The movement of the soft supple snipe hackle certainly attract the attention of the fish...
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Model: 307-1
Northern Spider patterns are lightly dressed wet flies. The name was given over time as they started life of course in the Northern Counties of England. They go back along way and are a traditional pattern recognised by many. ..
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Model: 303-2
The black Spider patterns are a soft hackle wet fly which are very sparse. The trout see these as basic food to them, perhaps it suggests a caddis, stonefly or even midge? Who knows but they will always work and its advisable to have a range of sizes in your box as the "emergency fly"..
£0.45
Ex Tax:£0.38
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: 307-4
Northern Spider patterns are lightly dressed wet flies. The name was given over time as they started life of course in the Northern Counties of England. They go back along way and are a traditional pattern recognised by many. ..
£0.45
Ex Tax:£0.38
Model: 307-2
Northern Spider patterns are lightly dressed wet flies. The name was given over time as they started life of course in the Northern Counties of England. They go back along way and are a traditional pattern recognised by many. ..
£0.45
Ex Tax:£0.38
Model: 306-4
The Grouse and Claret wet fly imitates caddis pupae, in addition to mayflies, adult caddis, and even some stoneflies. The grouse hackle adds a distinct edge to this already fantastic pattern...
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Model: 301-2
The Grouse and Orange wet fly imitates caddis pupae, in addition to mayflies, adult caddis, and even some stoneflies. The grouse hackle adds a distinct edge to this already fantastic pattern...
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Model: 315-1
These lovely wet flies have a great vibrant colour to tempt the trout. a classic Northern country wet spider..
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Model: 308-5
The Partridge and Orange wet fly is a classic fly for streams best fished on a two or three fly cast. It can be used all year for both trout and grayling.The Partridge and Orange originated in the north country of England and were first described in T. E. Pritt's Yorkshire Trout Flies(1895..
£0.45
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