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Dry Flies

GAINING A PENCHANT FOR PURPLES

While the Pantone color of the year is Emerald Green, here it's purple...we have no explanation for that other than an article several years ago in Field and Stream and a recent Steelhead story with a similar dogma for purple patterns, we are stymied.  Somewhere in the dark recesses of some secret society, a decision was made to put out the word on purple.  You can't get a rise without some purple flies.  We are jumping in full-force and you will see new purple oriented patterns, particularly in our dry flies. They seem to be working for us, and by us, we mean you.


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Zinger

Available to Wholesale Customers only DRY104-r

Zebra Caddis

Available to Wholesale Customers only DCA063-r

Whitefly

Available to Wholesale Customers only DRY100-r

White Wulff

Available to Wholesale Customers only DFA087-r

White Miller

Available to Wholesale Customers only DRY102-r

Trixie

Available to Wholesale Customers only DFT058-r

Trico Dun

Available to Wholesale Customers only DRY097-r
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