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Must have for summer trout fishing

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is one of my relatives favorite flies to use on the small mountain creeks in July and August. This pattern has the ability to look like a small moth or grasshopper which are very easy to find in those high mountain pastures. Use sizes in the fourteen and under because if you get anything to large it is hard to set the hook on the strikes. The design of the fly tends to be pretty dependable which is nice when you have a small selection of flies and are in a remote location.


Good for fast water

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Pretty decent fly for the non-picky fish like everyone else is saying. I've always had good luck fishing these in the faster currents where the trout don't get as much time to see what they are eating.

I've had no problem with them falling apart. Definitely nice to have a few in your fly box.


They'll eat it.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I agree with Rich below. Great at those alpine lakes where fish aren't picky. I haven't had issues with any of the Umpqua flies so keep them coming.



    This is a good fly. Used it mainly at high altitude lakes where the fish don't seem to be super picky. They just want something bushy that looks good. It worked, and it didn't fall apart.



      Umpqua seems to make decent flies. Sometimes you get one that falls apart quickly but for the most part I'm happy with them.