SQUARETAIL FLIES & GUIDE SERVICE - Guided Maine Fly Fishing Adventures and Heritage Maine Flies
Wet Flies
 
Still some of the most effective flies out there, especially the soft hackle patterns.  Fish, and especially brook trout, are feeding below the surface more often than they're taking dries off it.  Fish them!
$2.25/each unless specified otherwise
 
Campbell's Fancy
Campbell's Fancy
A flatwing streamer version is also available under my General Streamers page.
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The body of this fly is tied with wire to help get it down quickly. Sizes #8 - 12, $2.75
Grouse & Flash - Green
Grouse & Flash - Green
Salmon love this fly! I've had good luck especially on the East Outlet and the Rapid with this. Pearl flashabou over a green thread underbody. Also available in Root Beer. #12-16
Partridge and Orange
Partridge and Orange
A great attractor wet at any time, it works extremely well when October caddis are hatching in the Fall.
Peter Ross
Peter Ross
A great brook trout fly! I also tie and fish this as a #10 6xl streamer. $2.50
Soft Hackle Hare's Ear
Soft Hackle Hare's Ear
One of the best generic patterns ever. I cannot tell you how many brookies I have taken on the swing with this fly. It works anywhere and on anything. I also tie an Olive version. #12-16
Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail
Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail
Partridge makes everything better! #12-16
West Branch Special
West Branch Special
Try fishing this slow and deep on a sinking line around the West Branch/Baxter State Park ponds.
Woolly Worm - Olive, Black, Yellow
Woolly Worm - Olive, Black, Yellow
Still an incredibly productive fly. Olive works great in stillwaters as a dragonfly imitation.
Zulu
Zulu
This Adirondack variation is tied with a longer red hair tail. Peacock body, black hackle, and a red tail = Brook trout candy! Check out the bottom of the Fish Photos page to see a gorgeous 17" male caught on one of these. Recommended size is a #8, $2.75
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