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Leech, Egg Sucking, Black

Item #: 578861057
Your Price: $1.75

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The Black Egg Sucking Leech has become a favorite in salmon and steelhead waters all over the world and performs great on trout and other species as well. The addition of the neon egg to the proven wooly bugger-type body has produced a combo creature that no angler should be without.

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Damsel Nymph, Tan

Damsel Nymph, Tan

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Anglers eagerly await the damsel hatch because it can provide some of the most exciting fishing of the year. Fish find the swimming nymphs to be an easy meal and the visual take is often similar to that with a dry fly. This is a time you do not want to be without the right fly and the Tan No Name Damsel is one of the most effective damselfly nymph patterns available. The simple design along with realistic mono eyes match the shape and swimming action of a natural nymph perfectly. Anglers are often unaware of how productive a tan colored damsel can be. There will often be different colored nymphs living in the same water and the fish will sometimes key in on only one. On many waters Callibaetis Mayflies will hatch at the same time as Damselflies. A lighter colored pattern like this can imitate both insects and can give you even more success.