The Repeat Offender is an awesome little fall pattern that comes together quickly and can be sized down for trout spey, or sized up for steelhead.
It's big, you don't want to get in its' way, and it cleans up. This intruder is absolutely worth tying in a couple different colors for chasing winter steelhead in coastal rivers.
This is a very effective nymph pattern utilizing a few materials that make it pop. Try tying a few of these up in various colors and test on the water to see what works for you.
The Bubonic Plague is an intruder that comes together quickly, and it certainly deserves to be fished with confidence.
This fly is traditional enough to satisfy the classic low-water swing fly crowd, but also adds in a little extra bugginess and flare.
Intended to be a coastal steelhead pattern, this is a colorful fly with a ton of action and a pretty big profile, but still moves well through the water.
Bead headed steelhead pattern. A little action, a little buggy, and very versatile.