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Great Lakes Steelhead Flies

 


 

Neo Methow Skagit Leech - Product Image
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Neo Methow Skagit Leech

A custom design by Grabflies. Design idea came from combining the famous Skagit Minnow with the new Intruder style trailing hook. This fly has lots of action in the water with a large profile.

This Neo Methow Skagit Leech is a smaller version of the original Methow Skagit Leech, which has more black in it. It is tied with or without a hidden .25" nickle bead - smaller sizes lighter cone. The hidden bead helps prop up the Marabou. The fly swims different, and snags less as the bead will not snag on rocks.

Lower soft water size is smaller and no wegithed cone

Regular size had a hidden .25 inch bead, and is three inches long.

Size: 2.5 - 3 inches| Size 2 Owner hook

Also see Skagit Leech (click here)

Custom tied, made in the USA


 

 


Price:   $6.75 
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Chartreuse Tiger Truder - Product Image
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Chartreuse Tiger Truder

A small Intruder/Truder that gets down, easy to cast, with great Steelhead colors. First created for the Great Lakes but works every where. Tied on a 20 mm shank with size 2 owner trailing hook.

Custom tied, made in the USA


Price:   $5.25 
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Great Lakes Steelhead Truder - Product Image
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Great Lakes Steelhead Truder

Great Lakes Steelhead Truder is a K-Moal with rubber legs added, plus Guinea hackle collar and colors for the Great Lakes Steelhead fishery. This fly has a hidden bead like the Kahuna Leech (shows how bead is hidden)

This fly has a weighted bead but it is tied in the rear some - hidden. This effects how the fly swims/swings through the river. It has a flatter/level angle. Also the hidden 1/4 inch nickel bead gives the fly more silhouette - bigger shoulder. NEW for 2017 summer. Size: 2.5 inches.

Moal leeches are tied entirely on a string with a trailer hook at the back. This gives the fly greater action than a fly tied on a rigid hook. More fish are landed with the Moal fly as well.

Custom Moal Leeches are tied by Grabflies.com in the good old USA. Moal's are tied using the best materials on the market and are tied to last (super glue, Berkley Fireline Braid 20 LB (double over for 40 LB strength) and, quality hooks.

Read The Fish Magnet Gear Guide Review for the K-Moal (Click Here)

 

Custom tied, made in the USA


Price:   $6.49 
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Great Lakes Spider Leech

The Spider Leech is a new name for the Rubber Leg K Moal, with the addition of only medium size colored rubber legs and new colors. The name came from the spider leg (fly only has six legs, not eight) look when hanging from my drying rod when I tie them. See photo below.

This fly is a good Sculpin imitation.

Rubber Leg K Moal is a K-Moal with rubber legs added, which is a light version of the Kahuna Leech (shows how bead is hidden)

This fly has a weighted bead but it is tied in the rear some - hidden. This effects how the fly swims/swings through the river. It has a flatter/level angle. Also the hidden 1/4 inch nickel bead gives the fly more silhouette - bigger shoulder. NEW for 2017 summer. Size: 2.5 inches.

Moal leeches are tied entirely on a string with a trailer hook at the back. This gives the fly greater action than a fly tied on a rigid hook. More fish are landed with the Moal fly as well.

Custom Moal Leeches are tied by Grabflies.com in the good old USA. Moal's are tied using the best materials on the market and are tied to last (super glue, Berkley Fireline Braid 20 LB (double over for 40 LB strength) and, quality hooks.

Read The Fish Magnet Gear Guide Review for this fly (Click Here) 

Spider Leech Steelhead Fly


 

 

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Stu's Bunny Hare Leech Tube, Black/Blue - Product Image
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Stu's Bunny Hare Leech Tube, Black/Blue

A rabbit strip leech tied on a plastic glitter tube. The plastic tube is 1.25" long with a fluorescent brass cone on the front. Easy to cast and very effective fish grabbing fly.
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Stu's Bunny Hare Leech Tube, Black/Chartreuse - Product Image
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Stu's Bunny Hare Leech Tube, Black/Chartreuse

A rabbit strip leech tied on a plastic glitter tube. The plastic tube is 1.25" long with a fluorescent brass cone on the front.
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Stu's Bunny Hare Leech Tube, Chartreuse Tiger - Product Image
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Stu's Bunny Hare Leech Tube, Chartreuse Tiger

A rabbit strip leech tied on a plastic glitter tube. The plastic tube is 1.25" long with a fluorescent brass cone on the front.
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Sugar Bunny

My brother and I recently went to the Skeena river for the first time for Summer run fish. We had some pretty good Intel on a few runs and techniques. One thing that my source stressed was that if we waded out past our ankles that we were fishing too far out! Man was he right! It took me a few days to catch up to my brother who was fishing left handed and close because of tennis elbow in his right arm. He was really getting into the fish, hitting 4 steelhead the first day on a (Fish Magnet Summer Methow)! The biggest problem was all of the plucks, and short strikes from traveling fish. I was a zero with lots of on offs until the third day when I put on a sink 3 on my Rage head and started swinging it into the beach. Then my trip really began as I managed some nice fish mimicking my brother with a Fish Magnet Summer series Methow fly* that proved very good for Steelhead and Coho.

Flash forward a couple of weeks and the same trip with Jeff at Grabflies. Fishing has been tough all over and the Skeena was no exception this year with a near record low steelhead run. We were going to have to work hard and step up to be successful. This time it was me that hit the ground running having learned my lesson! Prior to the trip I worked on a fly that would be smaller, darker, casts easily on a light polyleader and moves with very little current while showing off a red bead by the hook that would hopefully give the fish a point of attack so the hookup rate would go up with the fast traveling Skeena fish.

It is basically an April Vokey Sugar Pop fly without the Rhea and an added black rabbit zonker tail with the flash right on top of the wing. Introducing the (Sugar Bunny) Man this fly really fit the bill. I could have called it the Labrador retriever because the tail looks like a dogs tail wagging the flash back and forth. Winner Winner Steelhead dinner!

I had many grabs and fish on and lost along with a couple of dandy mid to upper teen steelhead caught the first two days. We think the Coho were the plucking fish, but we also lost some big steelhead deep into the battle.

Jeff soon learned his lesson as I did, as he said "keeping one foot on the bank" and hit three steelhead on his third day, fishing a light tip and a light nice moving fly called the (Egg Dropping Methow Rhea Taco) one of the fish took him down the river and got off at the bank that we dubbed the Kispiox buck because of his 20# + size and nasty demeanor.

Jeff also caught a some on a lightly weighted (Skagit Methow Leech) which is always a good fly to tie on.

Later in the week the river cleared up some and the fish moved out from the bank and I fished another new fly that was incredibly successful, hooking three steelhead in one run on the final morning. Jeff and I managed a double as well, each catching a nice mid teen chromer!  I'm dubbing my new fly (the  Hoh Magnet) It is a highly visible mostly black fly with a dark blue flash wing and Lady Amhurst barbs that says "bite me" I will be adding it to the Fish Magnet fly collection as soon as I can tie some up and get them to Jeff to be available.

See (customer photos) and view the awesome wild steelhead and the flies that we used to catch each!

made in the USA 


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Great Lakes Winter Steelhead Moal Fly Collection - Product Image
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Great Lakes Winter Steelhead Moal Fly Collection

Here are twelve great winter, custom tied, Steelhead flies - Winter Moal Collection. These flies all have been tested, and have caught many, many Steelhead.

Size: 2.5 -3 inch Moal Leeches

  1. Olive and Black Barred Moal (3 Flies)
  2. Black Moal (3 Flies)
  3. Black and Blue Moal (3 Flies)
  4. Improved Methow Moal (3 Flies)

Status: Tied and ready to ship

Steelhead caught by Dave Robinson

Custom tied, made in the USA


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