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Flick Fly Streamer Style
Flick Fly Streamer Style

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The newest innovation to hit the Fishing World in 75 Years - the Flick Fly is a fish-catching machine.
These intricately tied flies feature a rear blade spinner that fish have to investigate. Traditional fly patterns in size 8 for you can fish for just about any fish that swims. Streamer-Style Flick Flies - fish your way down into that water that holds fish - but dazzle them with flash, and FLICK! Tight-lipped fish will be pressed hard to not crush this combination of fly and spin. So easy to fish. There now is no better streamer- imitating minnows and small fish than the Flick Fly. Shape, pattern, color and now FLASH.
Troll these, throw them on light spinning gear or even fly fish these. Flick Fly is available in streamer, nymph-style and wet-style fly to work your local waters - an tease the fish into strong hits, strikes and hook-ups. For a presentation that adds scent, simply add a Gapen Red Ball to the hook or tip the hook with a small piece of crawler or cut minnow. Super-easy to fish.

Stock up on your hatch-n-flash and pick up Nymph Style, Streamer Style & Wet Style fly patterns to catch you more fish - where they feed - Flick Them!

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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4 of 5 white flick fly streamer August 13, 2019
Reviewer: John Gawle from Lockport, IL United States  
sometimes the blade or swivel gets caught on the hook point (flyfishing).....maybe 30% of the time. And I wish you had a size between #8 and #1...perhaps a #4.
All that said, this fly does catch smallmouth. The blade definitely gives me an advantage compared to non blade flies....decievers/clousers.
Thanks, John

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5 of 5 flick fly July 10, 2019
Reviewer: Stuart Feinberg from batavia, IL United States  
Like the design. Casting it on a switch fly rod

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