Bream Killer Fly – Chartreuse

(2 customer reviews)

$1.89

One of the most popular underwater flies made of soft chenille topped with squirrel tail hair trim with white rubber legs.  For bluegill fly fishing.  It is a slow sinking fly that can be used alone or tied in back of a cork body bug.  We suggest the Rollie Pollie.
The cork body bug acts as your strike indicator but don’t be surprised if you catch two fish at one time.  Works well as the “dropper” on a Popper/Dropper rig.  See our Popper/Dropper rig under Leaders.  If you want a fly that sinks even slower try our Bream Guinny found under Select Category Here on the Home Page

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One of the most popular underwater flies made of soft chenille topped with squirrel tail hair trim with white rubber legs.  For bluegill fly fishing.  It is a slow sinking fly that can be used alone or tied in back of a cork body bug.  We suggest the Rollie Pollie.
The cork body bug acts as your strike indicator but don’t be surprised if you catch two fish at one time.  Works well as the “dropper” on a Popper/Dropper rig.  See our Popper/Dropper rig under Leaders.  If you want a fly that sinks even slower try our Bream Guinny found under Select Category Here on the Home Page.

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2 reviews for Bream Killer Fly – Chartreuse

  1. Jonathan R.

    I hate writing negative reviews, but I just can’t recommend this fly. I bought it when I first started fly casting for bream and nearly quit there. It is far to big for bream to mouth for one thing, and it also sinks very quickly with a hook-down orientation. In any good, brushy, bream haunt, you are guaranteed to get your hook hung underwater. I have had huge success on copper johns tied hopper-dropper instead.

  2. Jody P. Coyne, Sr.

    I have used the bream killer fly for many years and have caught hundreds of bream, sac-a-lait, and the occasional bass on the fly. I use both chartreuse and black bream killers.
    I have great success when the fly sits on the water surface on the cast and then slow sinks. The perch cant stand it. I fish in South Louisiana.

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