Overall: 4.9 / 5 based on 7 reviews
7 of 7 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Nice sleeper pattern -
By: lespaul from CT
Top 10 Contributor
Great for those days when nothing is working in the summer. Yes it's similar to the Chernobyl ant but it's a tad easier to see. You can't miss a number #8-10, com on......if you can't see it, you need help LOL
snow country -
By: EDCAMP from Kent, washington
Hiked 6 miles in to Annette lake up at Snoqualmie pass in Washington. First cast hooked a nice 16 inch trout. Every toss we landed a nice fish. Took some great pictures and released them all.. Great place tuff hike in for us old people....enjoy.
Bass fly too -
By: BadCaster from Idaho
Used in Florida for top water bass. Worked great and easy to tie
Made dog go into attack mode -
By: AceCurry from Charleston, West Virginia
Top 100 Contributor
Ordered this fly and when it came in I opened the package and as soon as my dog saw it she flipped out ready to attack it. Very lifelike.
my favorite new terrestrial -
By: tonkawatrout from College Station, TX
Fished this fly in the middle of summer for big rainbows in faster water. Provided a good mimic to the grasshopper hatch. Wish I would have bought more than one when I purchased last. Great fly!
Utterly Awesome -
By: Iman522 from Plainview, TX
This fly is amazing for all sorts of different situations. It works amazing for trying to imitate any variety of terrestrials to trouts in streams and lakes. Where it has excelled for me though is in lakes with bluegills close to shore and also with smaller largemouth bass. This is a great fly whose only problem I found with it is that the plastic eyes broke after the first fish. It still worked great though. I loved it!
Doesn't look like much in the picture but......... -
By: bigpyro from Roanoke, VA
I just got this little guy in a pack of assorted trout flies and I'm much more impressed than I expected to be. The fact is, I wasn't really thrilled when I saw the picture of this fly on here, but in reality it's very lifelike when viewed from below, and I could see fish thinking he's a grasshopper or cricket, even in clear water.