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A wide array of premium dubbing for all types of flies and patterns.
The Daiichi 1100 is equivalent to Tiemco 100, Mustad 80000BR, Orvis 4864
The Daiichi 1150 is similar to the Mustad 80200BR, the Orvis 8891, and the Tiemco 2457
The Daiichi 1180 is equivalent to the Tiemco 5210, the Mustad 94840, and the Orvis 1523.
The Daiichi 1280 is similar to the Dai-Riki 730, the Mustad 94831, the Orvis 1638, and the Tiemco 5212
The Daiichi 1530 is similar to the Mustad 3908, the Orvis 1641, and the Tiemco 3769.
The Daiichi 1560 is similar to the Dai-Riki 060, the Mustad 3906B, and the Tiemco 3761.
The Daiichi 1710 is similar to the Dai-Riki 730, the Mustad 9671, the Orvis 1524, and the Tiemco 5262.
The Daiichi 1750 is similar to the Mustad 9674, the Orvis 0167, and the Tiemco 9395.
Alec Jackson Spey Fly Hook
Uses: Steelhead and Atlantic Salmon Flies
Uses: Salmon and Steelhead
Curved-shank salmon hook.
Uses: low-water patterns and salmon and steelhead dry flies
The Daiichi 2421 is similar to the Mustad 90240, the Orvis 1644, and the Tiemco 7989.
The Daiichi 2441 is similar to the Dai-Riki 899, the Mustad 36890, the Orvis 1645, and the Tiemco 7999.
Uses: Egg flies, Glo Bugs, and steelhead flies
The Daiichi 2571 is similar to the Tiemco 105.
Uses: Saltwater Flies
The Dai-Riki 060 is similar to the Daiichi 1560, the Mustad 3906B, and the Tiemco 3761.
The Dai-Riki 075 is similar to the Daiichi 1530, the Mustad 3908, the Orvis 1641, and the Tiemco 3769.
Uses: Scud/Pupa Hooks
The Dai-Riki 135 is similar to the Daiichi 1120, the Mustad 80200BR, and the Tiemco 2457.
Use: Egg Hook
Uses: Stimulators, hoppers, caddis, and nymphs
The Dai-Riki 270 is similar to the Daiichi 1270, the Mustad 80050BR, the Orvis 1510, and the Tiemco 200R.
The Dai-Riki 700 is similar to the Daiichi 2220, the Mustad 79580, and the Orvis 8808.
The Dai-Riki 700B is similar to the Daiichi 1730, and the Mustad 81002BR.
The Dai-Riki 730 is similar to the Daiichi 1710, the Mustad 9371, the Orvis 1524, and the Tiemco 5262.
These dyed over white deer belly strips are ideal for spinning bodies such as bass bugs.
Designed by Spey casters Mike Kinney and Bob Meiser, the Deer Creek Series of two-handed rods have casting properties that marry perfectly with modern Spey lines.
Tempt trout with Dennis Potter's Skunk Hopper.
Syringe style clear epoxy dispenser. Devcon 5 minute epoxy is used for saltwater patterns, such as bonefish bitters, and epoxy head flies.
Doll eyes with audible black pupil provide sound and optic illusion to your bass bugs, trout flies and streamers. 36/pkg.
Dr. Slick has been know to make the finest in fly fishing tools and accessories. This nipper is no exception.
The highest quality hackle pliers on the market
The highest quality rotating hackle plier in the industry
Popular sizes of lead eyes pre-painted with black pupil. 10/pkg.
The Dyna-King Barracuda vise is a favorite with rotary tyers around the world that will accommodate hooks ranging from 24 to 10/0
Small yet durable, made of stainless steel. Simplicity at its best.
Short length makes this perfect for creating dubbing loops and spinning dubbing onto your thread.
Developing Michigan Steelhead Flies by Ray Schmidt
Ray Schmidt has been fly fishing for steelhead for nearly 40 years. Ray has collaborated with many well-known fly tiers to design the most popular fly patterns in the Midwest.
Daiichi Fly Tiers Reference by Anglers Sport Group
Here is a comprehensive comparison chart of fly tying hooks from Daiichi. Handy reference on your fly tying desk or while shopping.
Deer Creek Switch Rod Review by John Gouker, Fly Fishing Guide
Thinking about using a switch rod for steelhead fishing? John Gouker reviews the Temple Fork Deer Creek 7 weight, 11 foot rod.
Dennis Potter's Opal Elk Caddis by Ray Schmidt
This is a highly effective trout fly.
Dennis Potter designed this effective trout pattern.
Dennis Potter's Skunk Hopper by Ray Schmidt
The Skunk Hopper evolved from Earl Madsen's Michigan Skunk.
Dry Skunk by
The Dry Skunk is a trout fly native to Michigan. Earl Madsen of Grayling, Michigan designed this fly in the 50's. This a very good attracter dry fly. It looks like a stone fly, a grasshopper, and a host of other topwater bugs. We have it in four colors: black, olive, varigated brown/yellow, and hopper green.