January New Flies

The following patterns were added to the Big Y Catalog for the month of January. For a complete list please visit our website or click here.

Bass Vampire
Bass Vampire - Originally designed to chase bass, this fly has quickly caught on as a new searching pattern when fish are targeting baitfish and sculpins. Dumbbell eyes keep this fly with the hook pointed up, reducing snags. Crystal chenille, bucktail, flashabou and a krystal flash tail quickly attracts fish into an aggressive strike. Known to catch trout, steelhead, bass, panfish, etc, it's a must have for an avid fly fisherman.
Barr's Emerger Blue Dun-Beadhead
Beadhead Barr's Blue Dun Emerger - Originally a customer suggestion this pattern has quickly become a hot seller. Excellent pattern when fish are on the surface but not hitting the duns. Trailing shuck and beadhead make this a great pattern to cast upstream, and allow to drift into waiting fish. Excellent for dropper combo, try in the summer with a foam hopper.
Slab Spike-Beadhead
Beadhead Slab Spike - This pattern is a famous ice fishing fly and is notorious for catching panfish during the winter months.  Meant to replicate a mayfly nymph, this pattern should also catch its fair share of trout.

Bonefish Junk
Bonefish Junk - This pattern is famous for catching large bonefish that prowl the flats. The light materials used make this pattern land softly making it harder to spook skitdish bonefish. It also casts easily, and has enough flare to make it irresistible to the gray ghosts.

Bone Jovi
Bone Jovi - With a thicker body than the Bonefish Junk, this pattern is better when fishing deeper waters. It still lands softer than a clouser and casts fairly easily. Chain eyes help help this pattern sinking hook point up, which helps reduce snags when fishing in mangroves or weed beds.
Bumble Bee Bomber
Bumble Bee Bomber - Waking flies such as this one are intended to ride on the surface and create enough fuss so that a summer steelhead will be goaded into a strike. Can be used in tandem with a traditional wet fly, steelhead may be attracted first by the waking fly, but are more likely to strike the wet fly, which is more invasive of their turf. White wings provide easy visibility for the fish and angler. StatCounter - Free Web Tracker and Counter
Carp Bitter
Carp Bitter - Carp fishing is the new fly fishing craze. These fish can be found virtually anywhere and will really test your skills as a fisherman. The carp bitter is one of the most proven carp patterns out there. Tied on a stainless steel hook, try throwing it at some bonefish on a slow day.
Dave's Hopper Foam Body
Dave's Hopper Foam Body - This all time favorite Hopper pattern just got a lot better. A foam body makes this pattern virtually unsinkable, meaning more time with your fly on the water and more hook ups. Use this pattern from around the end of July to late September. When fishing this fly, make 3 or 4 quick short strips, then let it sit for about 10 seconds and repeat. You can catch some real lunkers with this fly during Hopper season. Great for all game fish, including trout and bass.
Lefty's Deceiver Cockroach
Lefty's Deceiver Cockroach - Hailed by many in the know as the greatest saltwater baitfish imitation ever designed. Designed by legendary tier Lefty Kreh, one of those rare patterns that come around every now and sets off a whole slew of copies. Use anywhere flies are cast in the suds.
Muddler Daddy
Muddler Daddy - Best fished August through September, either left static or with twitches. Has been known to work better during summer months too.  Rip it through some waves and watch for fast and furious strikes. Kind of like the Sofa Pillow and AZ Peacock Lady, it can be used as a dry or sunk and swung like a streamer.
Panfish Scud - This ice fishing fly is notorious for catching panfish, blue gill, and crappie during the winter months. Excellent lake pattern, try with short fast strips with sporadic pauses. Meant to mimic a scud, sow bug, or shrimp, try anywhere fish readily target them as a food source.
Parachute Chernobyl Ant
Parachute Chernobyl Ant - Who doesn't like Chernobyl Ants? They have quickly become the go to flies during terrestrial hatches. Foam body keeps it afloat, rubber legs add an attractant, and the parachute makes it easy for you to see. This pattern is extremely low maintenance, doesn't need a dressing and almost always lands correctly.



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