Fly Collection - Trout Starter

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Everything you need to get going on most waters in North America!  Consisted of popular attractor patterns, you'll have what you need to help get dialed in to any trout fishery you are getting acquainted with! 

52 flies total (2 per size). Add a fly box and save 10% on the box!

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Dries Size   QTY
Adams Parachute 12 16 2
Blue Wing Olive 12 16  2
Elk Hair Caddis 12 16 2
Griffith's Gnat 14 18 2
Stimulator (Orange) 10 16  2
Hares Ear (Beadhead) 12 16  2
Lightning Bug (Beadhead) 14 18  2
Pats Stone (Brown) 8 12  2
Pheasant Tail (Beadhead) 14 18  2
Prince Nymph (Beadhead) 12 16  2
Woolly Bugger (Beadhead, Black) 6 12   2
Woolly Bugger (Beadhead, Brown) 6 12   2
Woolly Bugger (Beadhead, Olive) 6 12   2

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Great selection for trout

    Published by Michael Branch on 7th Mar 2016

    The service was excellent, and the product is a great value. I am happy with the quality of the flies, and look forward to using them soon.

  • 5
    guide reviewed , given full marks .

    Published by Ricky O on 28th Apr 2015

    I am a beginner and when i showed this set to a very well known and well respected authority in our area , he gave it a glowing review . I did acquire some regional flies from him , but every fly that i bought from Allens Flies were what he would have sold a beginner such as i . Thank you for the excellent assortment and hope to use them real soon . five stars !!!

  • 5
    Great starter pack to give a youngster

    Published by Pat McG. on 8th Jun 2014

    These were on sale and perfectly timed for a nephews birthday as we are getting him started fly-fishing. An excellent value.

  • 5
    great gift for new fly fisher

    Published by James H Waters on 4th May 2014

    I've got a friend who wants to start fishing and a thing people need but don't know they do is decent fly box. I'm not sure how waterproof this is but it at least nods in that direction, which is what is best. Likewise, the split foam is the best idea I've seen yet and I probably have 30 or 40 fly boxes from 55 years of fishing. The selection is also nice, though I would have cut down the woolly buggers in favor of a copper john, and, perhaps, WD-40. It really gets the new person off to good start. If you are already into it, you at least get a decent fly box, but I'd be curious whether this one is "really" waterproof.