Overall: 4.9 / 5 based on 9 reviews
9 of 9 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Really good streamer! -
By: Kensington from New Hampshire
I bought a few of these for small pond fishing. To date I've caught six black crappie, a small largemouth bass, two yellow perch and a chain pickerel and the flies have held up great. Will be acquiring more of these for sure. Use a six weight and strip them in slowly!
orvis flies -
By: lappy1 from Wisconsin
Orvis flies are always high quality and realistic patterns , theses clouser flies work very well on Smallmouth Bass and crppies here in Wisconsin .
By: boya544 from Mammoth lakes,CA
This is a very well made fly fished with it all day caught over 25 Browns in the Easter Sierras at Lake Crowley,CA . Even with it being chewed on it stil looks great and i know it will still catch fish.One of my favorite streamers by far
fresh water clouser -
By: PINKSDU from middleberg fla
I REALLY like this fly. i have use on several outings and have caught fish both the size 6 and the size 8. it really looks like a small bait fish in the water. i would highly recomm this fly. i have used black and red and also char and white both are really great colors. they really strip well thur the water. and all around great baitfish pattern.
Smallmouth catching machine -
By: ActionontheJackson from Southwest Virginia
I love this fly in chartreuse and white for smallmouth, largemouth, bluegill, and almost anything else. I always have a selection of these. Last summer, while fishing with my brother in the New River in West Virginia, I pulled in 47 smallmouth in a 4 hour period. My brother (a spin fisherman), caught 13 in the same period. This fly was tore up, with barely a little chartreuse left and was still catching fish. I am not normally a "counter", but I sure do when fishing with him. My advice is to buy a ton and fish them hard.
Favorite fly -
By: gottaflyrod from woodlands, tx
So far this is the best all around fly for me creek fishing. I've caught sunfish, Lmbass, spotted bass, channel cats, crappie, tilapia, and even grass carp. This is my go to fly for my local Houston area creeks(not about to give exact spots away), but don't hit the creek without one in olive that's my go to color.
Good saltwater too -
By: BlueHeron2 from Pensacola FL
Great light fly for shallow saltwater. I use them for mackerel bluefish and ladyfish along the beach when they feed on small baitfish Tiny fly on a 30 lb tippet but it works
Crappie Fly -
By: WVMTMAN from West Virginia
Only fly you need to catch Crappie. Hard for my live bait fishing buddies to keep up with me when I use this fly. Colors white, white,white,chartreuse did I mention white.
Multiple Species Love this Fly -
By: drlgsideways from Edmond, Ok
Top 1000 Contributor
This fly in chartreuse and white will catch just about anything in warm freshwater ponds and lakes. I have not caught a catfish on one....yet. The darker colors like olive and black have their days also. I often fish these with a smaller trailer like typical trout nymphs or light weight streamers like the Mickey Finn or Black Nose Dace. These are great prospecting rigs as the Clouser takes the trailer into deeper water quickly. The Clouser takes bass, big blue gills, crappies and the trailer sometimes catches the bigger panfish.