Wickhams Fancy Winged traditional dry fly.
Wickhams fancy winged traditional dry fly from the guys at fish fishing flies. Part of the traditional dry fly range from the team at fish. These flies have stood the test of time. Most of all dry trout flies resemble an insect on top of the water surface. In addition they can also imitate flies that are still alive sitting proud on the water surface.
They are by far some of the widest used patterns and favourites for loch, reservoir & river fishing, furthermore they are ideal when hunting more established trout. Suitable for rainbow and brown these dry patterns have proved themselves time and time. So get the dries on to fish whether out on the boat or stood at the bank or wading into the river.
The team at fish believe that fishing is for the whole family. Our promise is to bring the cost of our traditional ranges down. We are the cheapest in the UK with no sacrifice on quality. All hand tied in Europe ethically sourced and using only sustainable materials.
Single dry flies from only 29p per fly. So grab some dries for your box and go back to the traditional fly fishing roots. Our favourites here at fish fishing flies are Greenwell Glory, Tups Indispensable, Black Zulu and the pale watery dun. Especially my personal favourite would have to be the very humble Black Spider.
We stock over 200 types in 5 size variables, so grab one for your box today. Our Bundle packs offer fantastic value for money, they literally can’t be beaten.
Hints & Tips
Want to see different ways that dry flies can be used? We love this Grayling video from the guys at Fish TV, proof indeed how versatile and useful the humble dry fly can be. So check out the link below to view and watch some exciting fishing footage which takes a closer look at catching Grayling using traditional dry fly methods.
Furthermore for those of you that stop fishing during the colder months, why not take a day or an extra few days out to go Grayling fishing. It can be surprisingly good sport and great fun during off season for Trout.
Check out the link below and see what you think.
Why not follow the guys at Fish TV on their you tube channel. For those that are new to fishing and want to learn new tips and techniques it is an ideal channel to view and very informative.
Tight lines from the team at Fish.