Barbless Flies

Barbless Flies


Universal olive barbless fly
Universal olive barbless fly

We are delighted to be stocking a range of barbless river flies designed by Chris Ogbourne. These barbless flies are specifically for UK catch and release anglers fishing for spooky wild brown trout and grayling on UK rivers and streams. The selection are tied using natural colours and are designed to sit lower in the surface film where fish are looking to feed. There is a complete range of barbless flies here from dries through to emergers and nymphs.

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