Salmon Tube Flies

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25mm Woolly Bugger Egg Sucking Leech Fly Collection

25mm Woolly Bugger Egg Sucking Leech Fly Collection£19.99Add to Basket

Egg Sucking Leech Tube Flies

38mm Woolly Bugger Tube Egg Sucking Leech Collection

38mm Woolly Bugger Tube Egg Sucking Leech Collection£19.99Add to Basket

Egg Sucking Leech Tube Flies

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Alexandra Variant Snake Fly

Alexandra Variant Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket  (3)

Available in Fly Size(s)
10.

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Allys Cascade Snake Fly

Allys Cascade Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket

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10.

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Allys Shrimp (Copper Tube)

Allys Shrimp (Copper Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket  (4)

Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4".

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Allys Shrimp (Nylon Tube)

Allys Shrimp (Nylon Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

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3/4", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 2".

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Allys Shrimp Snake Fly

Allys Shrimp Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket  (2)

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10.

Allys Shrimp Tube Fly Pack 1 31mm

Allys Shrimp Tube Fly Pack 1 31mm£25.00Add to Basket

Allys Cascade and Shrimp Tube Fly Patterns, 31mm. Hundreds of variations.

Allys Shrimps Tube Flies 20mm Aluminium

Allys Shrimps Tube Flies 20mm Aluminium£25.00Add to Basket

Allys Shrimp tube fly selection

Allys Shrimps Tube Flies 38mm Aluminium

Allys Shrimps Tube Flies 38mm Aluminium£25.00Add to Basket

6 Allys Shrimps and Allys Cascade Tube Flies 31mm. 108 variations of fly.
0.6g to 2.5g

Allys Shrimps Tube Flies 50mm Brass

Allys Shrimps Tube Flies 50mm Brass£25.00Add to Basket

6 Allys Shrimps and Allys Cascade Tube Flies 20mm. 108 variations of fly.
0.3g to 1.9g

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Black & Orange (Copper Tube)

Black & Orange (Copper Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket  (1)

Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4", 1-1/2".

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Black & Orange (Nylon Tube)

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Available in Fly Size(s)
1-1/4", 1-1/2", 2".

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Black & Pearl Snake Fly

Black & Pearl Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket

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10.

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Black & Yellow (Copper Tube)

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Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4".

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Black & Yellow (Nylon Tube)

Black & Yellow (Nylon Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket  (2)

Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 2".

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Black and Yellow (Brass Tube)

Black and Yellow (Brass Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

Available in Fly Size 2(s)

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Black Purple Snake Fly

Black Purple Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket

Available in Fly Size(s)
10.

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Black Woolly Bugger Legged Conehead Tubefly

Black Woolly Bugger Legged Conehead Tubefly£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

Available as a Conehead Tube

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Blue & Pearl Midnight Snake Fly

Blue & Pearl Midnight Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket

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10.

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Bronze Stoat Snake Fly

Bronze Stoat Snake Fly£2.25   £2.00Add to Basket  (2)

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10.

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Brown Pot Belly Pig (copper tube)

Brown Pot Belly Pig (copper tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket  (2)

Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

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Brown Pot Belly Pig (nylon tube)

Brown Pot Belly Pig (nylon tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

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3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

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Brown Woolly Bugger Legged Conehead Tubefly

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Cascade Pot Belly Pig (Brass Tube)

Cascade Pot Belly Pig (Brass Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

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Cascade Pot Belly Pig (copper tube)

Cascade Pot Belly Pig (copper tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

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3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

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Cascade Pot Belly Pig (nylon tube)

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3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

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Claret Pot Belly Pig (copper tube)

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3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

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Claret Pot Belly Pig (nylon tube)

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Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

Epoxy Minnows 31mm

Epoxy Minnows 31mm£19.99Add to Basket

Epoxy minnow tube flies

Epoxy Minnows 50mm

Epoxy Minnows 50mm£19.99Add to Basket

Epoxy minnow tube flies

Fatback Tube Fly Collection

Fatback Tube Fly Collection£25.00Add to Basket

Fatback Tube Flies for Salmon

Fatback Tube Fly Collection

Fatback Tube Fly Collection£25.00Add to Basket

Stunning fatback salmon stube flies

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Flame Cascade Pig (Brass Tube)

Flame Cascade Pig (Brass Tube)£2.50   £2.25Add to Basket

Available in Fly Size 1 1/4(s)

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Flame Cascade Pig (copper tube)

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Available in Fly Size(s)
3/4", 1-1/4", 2".

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Tube Flies / Pot Bellied Pigs

Tube flies now account for as many if not more fish each season than do traditional single hook flies. During the early season when the water is cold, tube flies offer the fly fisherman a lure/streamer large enough to tempt what can be very dour fish.

The advantages of the tube fly are impressive:

  • Flies and hooks are separate so you can carry a lot of flies in your shirt pocket and the hooks in a film can.
  • You can use non-stainless steel hooks (which are sharper and stronger) in salt water, just throw them away in a bin when you are finished fishing for the day.
  • You can cater for barbed and barbed-less fishing. You can use treble hooks, or double hooks or single hooks. Most salmon fishermen use a treble hook but the beauty of tube flies is that you can choose what ever hook you want. You can vary the size and type to match the type of fish you are after, the water situation and regulations, quite often some waters will not allow treble hooks so doubles suffice.
  • If the hook dulls, just replace it instead of sharpening it on the water.
  • The flies are more durable, because when you hook the fish, the fly slides up the leader away from the mouth of the fish.
  • You can tie huge flies without buying expensive long shanked hooks - indeed some say they swim better and look more natural
  • You can have different weights of the same fly using copper or nylon tubes

To tie the fly onto the end of your leader, simply pull the hook from the rear of the plastic tube, tie the hook to your leader and re-insert the hook into the tube. If the hook becomes damaged it can be easily replaced without disposing the fly. If you have problems of the hook inserting itself up the tube thread on a bead at the rear of the tube just in front of the hook eye. Always have spare hooks with you!/p>

Lighter tubes of nylon, in slow or medium flowing rivers, tends to flutter very attractively as it swings across the current mimicking the natural movement of bait fish or a shrimp. Use a fast sinking line to get the fly down to the required depth. It makes the fly swim more naturally. In deep water on lakes and reservoirs the copper weighted tube flies come into their own realm. Watch the Local Regulations!

There is one disadvantage with using tube flies. It is nothing to do with the effectiveness of the fly at catching fish but more to do with the wording of local fishing regulations. An example of this is that in America, Washington State a tube fly is defined as a lure and not a fly under their State regulations and therefore can not be used on fly only water. Their regulations define a fly as 'a lure on which thread, feathers, hackle, or yarn cover a minimum of half of the hook shank of the hook'. We only sell plastic tubes. The regulations in Eastern Canada forbid the use of 'weighted flies' for Atlantic Salmon. Metal tube flies are considered 'Weighted flies'. Consult your local fishing regulations before using tube flies to see if they are so narrow minded as those of Washington State.

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