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Tighter loops. It’s what we all strive for. A tight loop is accurate, efficient, easily controlled, and a way to command the water in front of you.
Another of Pat Cohen’s masterpieces: jig the Jiggy Craw and the movement and realism will drive bass nuts and looks good enough to boil and eat.
We have absolutely loved this fly for early season smallmouth, but it has also become a go-to for deep holding trout when you need to bounce the bottom for hungry predators.
Tied to mimic a baby crayfish, this bug works great fished on a nymph rig for trout, on the slow strip for carp, or behind a larger streamer for bass (and even big trout).
When smallies are getting picky, we bring out Stalcup’s Crazy Dad. Great to fish as a fleeing crayfish, the Crazy Dad also works when targeting largemouth, carp, and even crayfish crushing trout (read, big trout in lakes).
The Sweet Baby Cray designed by Pat Cohen was made to entice any giant fish that wants to crunch a crunchy crayfish.
The closer-fitting trucker-style hat with an organic cotton front, mesh back, adjustable snap closure and embroidered logo. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
Burk’s Hot Flash Minnow in anchovy has a versatility is quite simple: the fly looks and acts like a live bait fish in the water, which is truly enticing to every saltwater and warmwater game fish.
Dougie’s Perch was made for predators. We brought this fly in the shop to target our local monster pike, which it does in spades.
Dougie’s Roach was tied to target big fish that likes to eat smaller fish. An ideal choice for pike, bass, musky, golden dorado, and peacock bass.