Patterns Added In June 2015

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

Ally Shrimp
Ally Shrimp - This shrimp pattern is extremely popular throughout Europe especially in Ireland and the UK. Designed to chase down Atlantic Salmon it is meant to imitate a translucent shrimp or crustacean of some sort. Tied on a treble hook to sure a fish gets hooked and stays hooked. Currently available in sizes 6 and 8.
Bully Spider
Bully Spider - A long requested pattern, especially from our bream customers. The Bully Spider, while simple to tie, has a lot of attraction packed into one small bug. A chenille wrapped body gives it substance, while rubber legs attract fish in an almost hypnotic dance. Strip it in with fast short pulls followed by a slight pause and hold on. Currently available in black and yellow and in size 10.
Crystal Hunchback-Beadhead
Beadhead Crystal Hunchback - If your going to the Sierra's or fish there frequently make sure to have a few of these in your box. Designed by Andy Burke, specifically for Sierra fish, however, this pattern has been extremely effective anywhere little olives are present. High contrast in colors quickly attracts fish, while natural body tones entice a strike. Available in sizes 14, 16, and 18.
Davis Sparkler
Davis Spanker - The invention of crystal chenille has brought about a whole slough of new patterns. One of them being this guy, the Davis Spanker. Originally designed to caught bass this pattern has quickly become a searching pattern in unfamiliar waters. Known to catch just about any fish out there, currently available in sizes 4 and 6.
Egg-Sucking Leech-Beadhead
Beadhead Egg-Sucking Leech - Who doesn't love an egg sucking leech, just about every fisherman out there has caught something on that pattern. Big Y has now added a beadhead to this iconic pattern. Not only does this help get this pattern down fast, it adds an attraction that only a beadhead can enact. Currently available in black with red egg and in sizes 6 and 8.
Last Chance Cripple
Last Chance Cripple - Brought about by popular demand, this pattern is a stable in many fly boxes through the country. Incredibly useful during hatches, especially when your standard imitation isn't working. Available in both a BWO and PMD imitation. Fish on rivers and lakes alike. Currently available in sizes 14 and 16 for BWO and 18 and 20 for PMD.
Last Chance Cripple Callibaetis
Last Chance Cripple Callibaetis - A different color variation of the last chance cripple, meant to replicate a callibaetis hatch. May also be useful during pmd or light cahill hatches. Cripples are emergering insects that never became fully formed adults. When fish are sipping the surface they are often eating these guys. Currently available in sizes 18 and 20.
Mormon Girl
Mormon Girl - Who doesn't like a Mormon girl? She's neatly tied with a skinny body and nice hair wingcase/beard to keep her covered up. This pattern is an oldie but a goodie, that is often overlooked for flashier flies. A Jackson Hole favorite. Tie this fly onto the end of your line and you will see why streamer pattern was once one of the greats. Currently available in size 6.
Tarpon Muddler
Tarpon Muddler - Muddler's have been unknown to catch everything in the freshwater world and even in some in the salt. Tarpon, however, take a slightly different approach to flies they chase after. Hence the Tarpon Muddler, many qualities of the traditional Muddler Minnow with just enough twist to get a tarpon to strike. Great morning pattern, especially when tarpon are seen rolling the surface. In size 1/0.
Walt Worm
Walt Worm - The humble looking jig got its beginnings in the PA area where it quickly grew popularity. Imitating many insects, it is sure to be a close match to something in your local waters. Jigs are becoming ever more popular in the fly fishing community and we will continue to add them to our catalog, be sure to check out our jig page. Currently available in size 6.
Wasp - For years we have been asked to add a wasp or bee pattern, well here it is. A foam wasp looking incredibly live like. Wasps aren't incredibly, however, fish that have them available readily key in on these guys and launch incredibly aggressive strikes. Best fished in late summer and in stillwater. Also been know to work as an attractor pattern. Currently available in size 12.
Wonder Nymph
Wonder Nymph - Also known as the Bat Wing Emerger, is an incredible versatile mayfly nymph. It is known to be particularly effective during pmd and bwo hatches. Makes a great dropper pattern, also great in a dead drift into a swing, strikes happen as it moves toward the surface. Currently available in sizes 18, 20 and 22.



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The Blog of Big Y Fly Co: Patterns Added In June 2015
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