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FLY PAIRINGS

Find the flies that pair with our shirts

SELECT THE STYLE SHIRT YOUR INTERESTED IN

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CADDIS VIBE
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SIMPLY FLOW
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TROUT N TREES
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WILD PTN
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PTN fly pairing: Pheasant Tail Nymph

The Pheasant tail is equivalent to the Parachute Adams of dry flies in terms of popularity. There is not a single river, or lake for that matter, where this fly will never fail to produce. While there are hundreds of different “spiced up” pheasant tails tied with CDC, wire, dubbing, etc, every angler should have at least one row in their box filled with the classic design. 

 
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Photo credit: Ethan Smith (@flyscience)
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CADDIS VIBE fly pairing: ELK HAIR CADDIS

A Caddis to match the Caddis on the back of your shirt. The Elk Hair Caddis is one of the most iconic fishing flies and despite its customary use by most every angler,  it never ceases to bring a lot of fish to the net.

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Photo credit: Ethan Smith (@flyscience)
 
 
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Simply Flow fly pairing: QUILLDIGON

 Euro nymphing is all about using slim flies to sink your flies fast. The slim profile of the Quilldigon matches the streamline design of the shirt. The Quilldigon is an excellent searching nymph for the variety of summer mayflies. To learn more about euro nymphs visit The Catch and Hatch.

Photo credit: Ethan Smith (@flyscience)
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Trout n trees fly pairing: A big, nasty streamer

Big Brown trout have gained the reputation for being absolutely bad a** fish because of the sheer size they can grow (32+ inches) and for their willingness to eat large prey; most famously mice. If one thing will get your adrenaline pumping it will be watching a monster brown chase a large streamer. 

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Trout n trees fly pairing: A big, nasty streamer

Big Brown trout have gained the reputation for being
absolutely bad a** fish because of the sheer size they can grow (32+ inches) and for their willingness to eat large prey; most famously mice. If one thing will get your adrenaline pumping it will be watching a monster brown chase a large streamer.

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Photo credit: Ethan Smith (@flyscience)