Fishing Flies For Fly Fishing

There‚Äôs no doubt that the art of fly fishing is critically dependent by the choice of the ‘fly’ used by the angler. Casting a nearly weightless fly or ‘lure’ requires casting techniques significantly different from other forms of casting. The best fly fishermen use hand-tied flies that resemble natural insects and organisms, or ‘lures’ to provoke the fish to strike.

We recommend the use of a Caseless Caddis (Ryacophila).