3 Go To Flies For Fall

It’s that time of the year when the days get shorter and colder and we tend to look towards winter hibernation, but the fact is that fall can be some of the best fishing of the year. Here are three go to flies for your fall fishing adventures.


A versatile bead head steelhead fly. Is it a nymph? Is it a swinging bug? Who cares it's just a great bug. Do what you wish with this fly, it makes for a great emerging october caddis pupa when swung or dead drifted.


Anglers love this pattern because of its effectiveness and versatility. It's a great searching pattern when you're unsure of what trout are targeting, and it floats well enough to hold up a nymph tied on as a dropper rig.

Crusha Crab

San Juan Worm + Trout Eggs = Crab? Believe it. This pattern uses a few common materials in uncommon ways to produce a nifty little crab pattern for the flats.