Wet Flies

Superfly offers many proven wet fly patterns. These flies appeal to many fish species and are often season-long, go-to flies. They can trigger aggressive responses or appeal as prey, and they work on both lakes and rivers.

Example: Royal Coachman

WHO: Trout, panfish, whitefish, grayling, salmon, steelhead.
WHAT: Muted colors suggest natural prey, while bright flies trigger an aggressive or territorial response.
WHERE: Fished throughout the water column of lakes or rivers.
WHEN: Anytime.
HOW: Use a sinking line, sink tip or floating line swung across a current, or cast and retrieved.
TIP: Wet flies can also be trolled.