- Sea Trout
- Fly Tying
A new style of Salmon Pattern, designed by Ronald Sutherland combining a deadly classic with the legendary Icelandic Frances style fly.
Ideal in larger sizes for big water and in the spring when you need to get down to the fish. the smaler sizes are perfect for summer fishing in low clear water.
The Kinermony Killer fly pattern is a great colour combination that has been designed by Jock Royan, a ghillie on the Kinermony Beat of the River Spey. Featuring heavily on the flamethrower style of pattern that has the hackle close to the rear of the fly which keeps the tail sitting up away from the hook, reducing tangling. Tied on Silver Double Hooks.
A perfect choice when fish are feeding on coarse fish fry. Very good late in the season on the reservoirs when Trout are fattening themselves up to survive over winter.
Designed by Alphonse guide James Christmas, the Sand Prawn is a devastatingly pattern that is effective for a host of Saltwater species. When we went out to Alphonse we caught so many bonefish on this fly we almost had to take it off!
A classic Salmon Pattern dressed on a double hook for enhanced hooking ability and improved action. The Silver Cascade is a true all season pattern and one of our best selling patterns
The classic Red Francis Salmon Pattern dressed on a double hook for enhanced hooking ability and improved action.
These are a natural extension to the Conehead Tube Fly and are a fusion of the traditional with the modern and have been designed to add a new dimension to the fly boxes of the international salmon fisherman. They are uniquely distinctive with sleek piercing eyes, aerodynamic head to balance the hook in the water and an overall, innovative new shape.
A classic Salmon Pattern dressed on a double hook for enhanced hooking ability and improved action.
Stonefly Nymphs are an important food source for game fish the world over, they can be taken for Stoneflies large Dragonfly Larva or even large Shrimp or immature Crayfish. Fish slowly along the bottom which is the naturals habitat.