Streamer Flies

Superfly offers many¬†proven patterns of streamers. These flies are often ornate and exotic-looking, sometimes with great plumes of hackle and long, streaming tails — hence the name. They are meant to imitate bait fish, leeches and crustaceans.

Example: Wooly Bugger

WHO: Trout, pike, walleye, bass, panfish, whitefish, grayling, salmon, steelhead.
WHAT: Imitate baitfish, leeches and crayfish.
WHERE: Fished throughout the water column of lakes or rivers.
WHEN: Anytime.
HOW: Use any type of fly line. Ideal for trolling or cast-and-retrieve.
TIP: Use a variety of retrieve techniques to trigger a strike.