UV2 Calamari, Pink
A unique Squid/Shrimp pattern.
Size 4 hook
Spirit River continues to lead the way in UV2 technology. We have used a double dye process to give all our unique UV2 materials and flies the added UVF/UVR ultraviolet wave lengths. We all know UV Florescence which is so common on everything from street signs to bass lures. UV Reflectance is a spectrum of wave lengths humans can not perceive yet is extremely common in the animal and insect world. UVR allows mayflies to find mates, and bees to find flowers. Many male birds and bugs have a strong natural UVR signature.
Sili-Leg Intruders, Black/Blue
The Intruder has quickly become one of the most popular steelhead patterns on the West Coast. It is a large fly that was designed by the West Coast steelhead guide Ed Ward, with the help and feedback of fellow anglers Scott Howell, Jerry French, and Dec Hogan. Since its inception, there have been numerous variations, and it is safe to say that it is more of a style of fly rather than a pattern.
Our Sili-Leg Intruders are tied on medium length 35mm Waddington Shanks with 3/16-inch brass eyes. Stock flies come with a Gamakatsu Octopus size 2 hook.
Fish Taco Supreme, Sand Shrimp
Custom tied Fish Taco's are tied in un-weighted thread head, and medium weighted cone head (see options). Tied using Fireline Braid with Dyed Pearl Diamond Braid, Ice Dub, Pink Saltwater Neck Hackle palmered, Ostrich Plumes, Guinea collar, and your choice of Hot Cone, or thread head.
The "Fish Taco" designed by Jeff Hickman, is a very popular and very effective Steelhead fly. The Fish Taco Supreme is custom designed and tied by Jeff Layton. The Fish Taco Supreme is a Fish Taco with added improvements.
- Lots of movements
- Easy to cast
Size 2 trailing hook | 3 inches long
Low water bright pattern for Steelhead
Stu's PrawnTruders, BlueBest of Show for Freshwater Fly Pattern at IFTD 2016. Stu's PrawnTruder looks like a large, lively prawn when in the water. Tied on a plastic tube, it is easy to cast and fish-friendly. Its large profile will find those aggressive fish in the river. The feelers and rubber legs create movement, even in the weakest of currents.