Fly Fishing Streamers

A streamer is built to imitate a “bait-fish”, or a smaller fish that larger fish generally like to feed on, such as sculpin and minnows. If you're looking for some trophy trout this is where you come.

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Fly Fishing Streamers - Everything You Need to Know

What is a Streamer in Fly Fishing?

A Streamer is a fly (lure) used in fly fishing that simulates a bait. Examples of what a streamer imitates: minnows, shad, crayfish and other aquatic bugs. Streamers are typically made with a hook wrapped in natural (feathers and fur) or synthetics materials like polyester and Mylar. Streamer Fishing is the ACT of fly casting and retrieving the streamer fly.

Streamer Flies

Streamer Flies are the most productive fly fishing flies for big fish. Fishing a streamer off the undercut banks of a river, across riffles, in the shallows of lakes, and around boulders, nearly always produces a massive strike from a waiting, hungry big fish. Maxcatch has assembled an impressive selection of streamer flies effective for many fish species in a variety of fishing situations.


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