Irish Bumbles

Irish bumble flies are one of the different types of wet flies we stock, other wet flies include Beadhead Flies, Hackled Wet Flies, Spider / North Country Flies, Winged Wet Flies and Irish Bumbles more details below.
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Bruiser Irish Bumble

Bruiser Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70

Available in Fly Size(s)
10, 12, 14.

Clan Chief Irish Bumble

Clan Chief Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70  (2)

Available in Fly Size(s)
10, 12, 14.

Claret Irish Bumble

Claret Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70  (2)

Available in Fly Size(s)
10, 12, 14.

Golden Olive Irish Bumble

Golden Olive Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70  (3)

Available in Fly Size(s)
10, 12, 14.

Grey Ghost Irish Bumble

Grey Ghost Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70

Available in Fly Size(s)
10, 12, 14.

Invicta Irish Bumble

Invicta Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70  (3)

Available in Fly Size(s)
12.

Olive Irish Bumble

Olive Irish Bumble£0.75   £0.70

Available in Fly Size(s)
10, 12, 14.

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Patricks Black Duck Fly

Patricks Black Duck Fly£1.25   £1.00

Available in Fly Size(s)
12, 14 & 16.

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Patricks Black Duck Fly Selection

Patricks Black Duck Fly Selection£9.99

Collection of all Patrick's Duck Flies sizes 10 to 16

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Patricks Lime Duck Fly

Patricks Lime Duck Fly£1.25   £1.00

Available in Fly Size(s)
12, 14 & 16.

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Patricks Olive Duck Fly

Patricks Olive Duck Fly£1.25   £1.00  (1)

Available in Fly Size(s)
12, 14 & 16.

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Patricks Orange Duck Fly

Patricks Orange Duck Fly£1.25   £1.00

Available in Fly Size(s)
12, 14 & 16.

  

About Irish Bumbles Fly Patterns

Irish Bumble patterns are traditional Irish Lough Patterns have proved themselves time and time again over the years, keeping the traditional Irish fly patterns alive and are excellent top dropper flies which can be used on most waters.

Fishing the Irish Bumble

Probably the most common way to fish a bumble fly is much the same as spidering techniques. It is to cast the Bumble across and slightly downstream, letting it sink and then swing in the current, rising with the tightening line much as a natural rises to the surface before hatching. It's on this rise that fish usually strike. Another productive method is to cast the fly upstream on a short cast and then let it dead-drift back to you just under the surface (or, if tied on a light-wire hook, in the surface film). On lakes and ponds a soft hackle fly cast in front of a cruising trout and then twitched slightly can be absolutely deadly. Many Irelfly anglers, especially Ireland , favor fishing two or three of these flies (of different colors and sizes) at a time.

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