Trout fishing Flies for Sale
With Brown, Blue Golden & Rainbow Trout they can be selective over the Trout fishing flies they will take. With Brown Trout often wanting natural looking imitative fishing flies and Rainbow Trout showing their predatory nature taking anything from a natural looking minnow to blob fishing flies there is a lot of choice for the fly fisherman. Imitative trout fishing flies like green drake mayfly imitating the stunning mayfly to elk hair caddis providing the ideal imitation of a caddis or sedge fly, suggestive fishing flies like grhe, the gold ribbed hares ear do not imitate a fish but are suggestive of an invertebrate in the water. With Rainbows a big bright pink or orange lure may be required to tempt its predatory nature.
Trout Fishing Flies
With many thousands of different trout fishing flies available, everyone has their own preferred flies depending upon the weather, season, hatches and even light conditions, water colours and species of trout being sought and trout fishing techniques used.
Rainbow Trout Fishing Flies
Introduced into the UK the Rainbow Trout is used for stocking trout fisheries and for supplying the food industry. Rainbow Trout eat almost anything, from bottom-dwelling invertebrates, to fish and insects from the surface. Fishing flies for Rainbow Trout run from Caddis to Epoxy minnows to impressionistic flies like Pheasant Tail through to flies like blob flies and lure flies or streamer fishing flies which do not look like anything natural but are fishing flies that trigger the Rainbow Trout's predatory nature!
Brown Trout Fishing Flies
Brown Trout are frequently looking for flies that are immitative of the natural food found in their environment, from a Blue Winged Olive to Rhyacophila. With imitative trout fishing flies the look similar to the natural or invertebrates found. Generally imitative must be fished so that they look like the 'natural' i.e. when fishing dry such as a Blue Winged Olive they cannot be dragged across the current by the fly leader, after all natural Olive flies do not skate across the water.