Pultz Poppers Introduces It’s new Pultz Sneaky Pete

Pultz Poppers Introduces It’s new Pultz Sneaky Pete

The Pultz Sneaky Pete is made with the same excellent craftsmanship that all of the Pultz Poppers are made.  Chartreuse body, black hackle and chartreuse tail with white rubber legs.  Bullet shaped in the tradition of the Sneaky Pete design.  The Sneaky Pete has been a favorite of fly fishers for years . . . because it catches fish!  See all of the different styles of Sneaky Pete lures at www.BreamBugs.com

Pultz Sneaky Pete

$4.30

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Introducing — Hildebrandt Spinner #1 Silver

Introducing — Hildebrandt Spinner #1 Silver

In addition to the Hildebrandt Spinner #1 in Gold you now have the option of Silver or Gold.  Since 1899 Hildebrandt Spinner have been helping fishers catch more fish.  Try one of the Spinners with one of the Gnats or the Swamp Spider.
Hildebrandt Spinner #1 Gold

Hildebrandt Spinner #1 Gold

Since 1899 Hildebrandt Spinners have been helping fishers catch more fish.  The black Swamp Spider works well with the spinner and is just one combination example.  Try it, use your imagination.  As the weather gets warmer the fish go deeper, this set up will help you reach the deeper feeding bass and bluegill.

Chartreuse Dragon Fly from Conrad’s Flies

Chartreuse Dragon Fly from Conrad’s Flies

Conrad’s Flies has introduced their Chartreuse Dragon Fly in hook sizes 6 and 8.  The chartreuse color is in addition to their existing black, blue and pink dragon flies.  All of Conrad’s dragon flies float high on the water like a resting dragon fly.  Exceptionally well designed.  See all of the dragon flies under Conrad’s Flies on the BreamBugs web site at www.BreamBugs.com

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$3.99

Walt Cary’s Poppers

Walt Cary’s Poppers

Walt Cary has been making popping bugs for over 60 years  Walt’s poppers are renowned for their unique hackles and meticulously prepared cork bodies.  His 10 step painting and finishing process produces a durable and effective popping bug.  Walt’s Fire Tiger fly appeared on the front cover of the Autumn 2011 issue of Fly Tyer Magazine.  For an interesting article about Walt Cary, send me an email and ask for a copy of, “50 Years of Popping Bugs”, by Beau Beasley.

Cicada’s Are Back

Cicada’s Are Back

In many areas the Cicada’s are singing their “Summer Song”.  Cicada’s are a favorite food for both bass and bluegill.  The BreamBugs BeetleBug is very similar the the Cicada, they are both ugly!  The BeetleBug is brown with red eyes and a  bright red “strike point” on the beetle belly.  Check out the BeetleBug and the wide selection of poppers and flies for fly fishing at: www.BreamBug.com

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