Joe's Flies Premium Hot 4 Trout Multi-Pack - 1/16 oz.
This 4 pack is about as close to a sure thing as you can get in trout fishing. This is a great concept--take a fly fishing fly, add a spinner blade, a treble hook trailer, and boom--instant trout fishing success.
I've experimented with all 4 and the trout don't seem to have a preference. I've purchased other sizes not in the 4 pack as well.
I've found they work best in slack water if you just let them sink (they sink slowly), and retreive slowly up stream. I've also had dynamite success using these in a stocked pond with an ultralight rod.
The treble hook can be easily removed, leaving only a single hook, which is nice as well.
Joe's Flies are a must for anyone fishing for trout with a spinning rod.
August 20, 2010
my buddy and i have been using these flies goin on 6 years now. we are very pleased with how well these work. the spinners and flies are top notch. Its awesome knowing the company is in our homestate!!!!! honestly we have found that the best all around colors would have to be the tiger woolly and the meal worm. we have fished ponds for crappie, bass, and pan fish all the way to back woods streams catching nice trout. if you had to choose between joes flies and competitors........ you wont be sorry you picked them. quality is outstanding and performance in the water is incredible
January 11, 2012
Probably the best Spinner Fly
These are my go-to lures for trout and all panfish. They seem to be one of the best kept secrets for these fish - sometimes the strike is immediate after the lure hits the water. The stinger (trailer) treble hook is the secret for surprising those short strikers. The tiny treble can be a pain, it will tangle and stick in anything including clothes and skin - but it works well and most of my fish are caught on the stinger hook. Get some !
May 7, 2011
lightest inline spinner out there
flies on a very light weight spinner. I use these for small stream trout . works very well in spring and fall. most areas i use these have less than 3ft of clear water and they drop very slowly. so a slow retrieve will draw trout out and give them time to bite. not so effective in heavy currents with stained water. remove trebles for C.P.R
April 1, 2010