Nymph Flies

Superfly offers many nymph fly patterns. These flies are diverse, with some being used in freshwater and some in saltwater. They work best when submerged and can be used pretty much any time of year.

Example: Hare’s Ear

WHO: Trout, walleye, bass, panfish, whitefish, grayling, salmon, steelhead.
WHAT: Imitate subsurface prey, including aquatic insect larva.
WHERE: Fished on or near the bottom of lakes or rivers.
WHEN: Anytime.
HOW: Use any type of fly line on rivers, streams and lakes. Nymphs can be trolled, drifted or cast and retrieved.
TIP: Make sure the fly has enough time to sink before retrieving.