July 2015 New Flies

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

Polish Pheasant Tail - Tungsten 



AJ Smelt
AJ Smelt - Classic trolling pattern bought to us from Maine. This fly mimics smelt, a tremendous meal for any fish. Try trolling it in lakes, or rivers where permitted. Also try it when swinging flies. Classic smelt colors, with krystal flash, it is sure to gather a lot of attention. Currently only available on size 4 hooks.
Aleck's Wonder
Aleck's Wonder - Another classic trolling pattern with colors about as opposite from the AJ Smelt as you can get. Extremely popular with big browns and land lock salmon. Bright colors entice incredibly ferocious strikes, even when the fish seem lethargic or timid. Currently available on size 4 hooks.
Allen's Last Chance
Allen's Last Chance - The last of the trolling flies being added in July. The Allen's Last Chance is used as it name predicts. After a long day of fishing, you go for your last loop before calling it a day. Through one of these bad boys on the end of your line and watch out. It is most effective in low light conditions, especially after the sun gets off the water. Available on size 4 hooks.
Biot Midge
Biot Midge - These bad boys sold out fast, and it is easy to see why. Labeled a Biot Midge, it is meant to mimic an emerging midge larva. However, this pattern will be effective anytime tiny gnat looking flies buzzing around, especially when they are coming off the water. Currently available in three sizes: 20, 22, 24.
Flathead Diver
Flathead Diver - The Dahlberg Diver is one of those flies in the bass community that inspired a load of other patterns. One of them being the Flathead Diver, meant to target bream, panfish, and smallmouths. This guy is tied on a size 8 hook allowing it to fit into the smaller mouths of these fish. Can also be used to target bigger species.
Foam Ant
Foam Ant - Also know as the Skilton Quick Sight Ant, this guy is great during terrestrial hatches, and ant falls. Really anytime fish are gorging themselves on medium sized black or brown bugs, this fly will work. Topped with a piece of white foam, allowing the fisherman to get a "quick sight" on it. Currently available in brown and black and in sizes 14, 16, 18, and 20.
Nut Cracker
Nut Cracker - If a Zoo Cougar and a Zonker met along a bank, alone under the stars for one fateful night, you have the conception of the Nut Cracker. Sure to catch on like wildfire, this revolutionary sculpin pattern is a must have for anyone who enjoys throwing big streamers. Currently available in size 6.
Polish Pheasant Tail--Tungsten
Polish Pheasant Tail--Tungsten - Alas, was there ever such a fly to spark such an innovation as the almighty pheasant tail? Is there a pattern out there more reasonable for bringing more fish to a fisherman's hand then the pheasant tail. The humble work horse of the fly fishing world, with yet another great looking imitation. Need I say more? How about available in sizes 14, 16 and 18.
Rapunzel
Rapunzel - Sometimes we tie up new patterns thinking I don't know what all the hype is about, but okay here it is. When we finished up these guys we knew why they are great. It is a dragonfly imitation, like many out there, but with enough twist to be the true key to success. The use of beads and rubber legs on this fly will keep the fish coming back for more. Currently available in sizes 10 and 12.
Sasquatch
Sasquatch - A pike/musky pattern with attitude. However, lets not limit this fly to just that. Try it when going after a number of saltwater species (redfish, snook, striper, etc) and I think you would be pleasantly surprised with the results. Tied on a stainless steel hook, this guy will hold up against the biggest, baddest fish around. Currently on a size 2 hook.
Tanked Trico
Tanked Trico - Big Y has always said there isn't a hatch around that will test your skills as a fisherman like the trico hatch. Reeling in an 18 inch trout on a size 22 hook can be an incredibly difficult feat. We are hoping this little guy will make it just a touch easier. Much like a traditional trico with the addition of a silver ribbing to give the body a more realistic segmented look. Currently available in sizes 18, 20, 22.
Thunder Creek Minnow
Thunder Creek Minnow - Bullet head flies can make all the difference between catching fish and flogging the water. Thunder Creek Minnow is a nice little baitfish pattern that has quickly caught on with anyone chasing fish that love fry. Big eyes mimic those of a typical fry, while red thread mimics gills. Currently available in size 6.

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