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Clinch River Patterns
 

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Bead Head
Zebra Midge

Clinch River
Midge

  • Black
  • Olive
  • Gray

Bead Head
Midge Pupa

  • Green
  • Olive
  • Gold
  • Orange
  • Tan
  • Red

Midge Emerger
Midge Adult

Olive
Scud


Tennessee Scud


Gray Scud


Bubblegum
Scud

Wooly
Bugger

  • Black
  • Olive

Dragons
  • Black
  • Olive
Leeches
  • Brown
  • Olive

Cactus Bugger

  • Black
  • Olive
  • Brown
  • White
  • Purple
  • Chartreuse

Bead Head
Caddis Worm

  • Black
  • Brown
  • Olive
  • Rust
  • Amber

Trout Candy

  • Amber
  • Olive
  • Rust
  • Chartreuse
  • Brown
  • Orange

Clinch
River Wiggler

Inch Worm

Green Weenie

Black Foam
Ant

Black Foam
Beetle

Bead Head
Pheasant Tail

Sulphur
Energer

Sulphur
Adult

Elk Hair
Caddis

  • Tan
  • Olive
  • Black

Dirty Yellow Wet Fly

Grizzly Wet Fly

Brown Wet Fly

Olive Wet Fly

Turkey & Peacock Wet Fly

Red Tail Brassie

Brown Brassier

Red Brassie

Killer Caddis

Egg Fly

  • Pink
  • Ornage
Attractor Flies: Metal beads, glass beads, copper wire, tinsel, and other flashy materials are incorporated into many fly patterns because they catch the trout's attention. And once the trout see the fly, the chances are pretty good that they will take it. Trout are opportunistic feeders - if something comes along that looks edible, they eat it.