Overall: 4.9 / 5 based on 9 reviews
9 of 9 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Classic Killer Pattern -
By: lespaul from CT
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Based on Craig Mathews design at Blue Ribbon Flies, this is one of the most productive caddis patterns in the world. A proven winner for sure. No one should leave home without this in their fly box. World-class pattern!!
Well tied -
By: ENadeau from New Hampshire
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Have not had the chance to try these out due to some early snow :( but the fly looks great!
By: BigCTexas from Texas
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Had the best luck with this fly on the Maroon Bells Creek near Aspen this last week. There is a great semi large pool with great in and out flow. They hit each time if you placed the fly in the right spot.
By: jimmy265 from roanoke
browns can not leave this fly alone. on the smith river in bassett va had a blast caught at least 30 fish used fly all day love it when sulfer hatch is on it is on
By: jigginaround from mount clemens,michigan
i was really excited to receive my order of sparkle dunns. they are all tied tight..i am going this week to use em.
It's the one dry fly to fish -
By: ZFisher from Newtown, CT
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Year after year, if there's one dry fly that out produces any other dry fly in my box it's some version, size, or color of the Sparkle Dun. I recall one evening last summer on the Farmington River where I could do not wrong with my Sparkle Dun during a delightful Sulphur hatch. This fly floats low in the water so I expect it attracts a lot of attention as a cripple/emerger and the Deer Hair wing helps it stay afloat regardless of molestations by fish or broken water. A great fly!
great fly -
I was up fishing the Kennebec river recently, and it was poor fishing to say the least. I had caught nothing. Threw on this fly, and first cast, 17 inch brookie on. Over the next hour, I caught and released 10 more fish, including a 19 inch brookie. Great fly to use.
Just before the duns appear -
By: Muskrat from Oakville, ON
Top 1 Contributor
You should put this fly on. When you see rises everywhere but no sailboats on the water, put one of these on and try a drift.