DRY FLIES

Classic Dry Flies
Classic Dry Flies

In this category you will find a selection of over 70 classic and traditional dry flies, like the eminent Blue Dun, Olive Dun, Mosquito or the Red Tag. These...

Caddis & Sedge & Wulffs
Caddis & Sedge & Wulffs

If you love to fish with caddies fly imitations, it is very important to match the right moment for the use of this kind of dry fly. The right moment is, in...

CDC Flies
CDC Flies

CDC flies doubtless belong to the most important fishing flies and are a must for every fly box. Therefore, we have an ample assortment of over 125 CDC fly...

CDC Evolution - M. Raspini
CDC Evolution - M. Raspini

These 49 fly patterns in CDC (Cul de Canard) are incredibly effective models, designed by Mauro Rauspini, using new tying techniques, new materials and most...

Parachute & Klinkhamer
Parachute & Klinkhamer

Parachute flies and Klinkhamer flies have more advantages towards traditional tied dry flies: the specific tying manner, by which the hackles form a wide...

Mayflies
Mayflies

Mayflies are the symbol par excellence for fly fishing! These insects are no less than 2-3cm large and belong to the order Ephemeroptera. Many yellow and...

Midges & Small Dries
Midges & Small Dries

Midges imitate flies that belong to the family of the chironomids. These Midges are an interesting imitation in late autumn and especially in winter for our...

Stoneflies & Stimulators
Stoneflies & Stimulators

Different from Mayflies and Sedges the Stoneflies do not hatch at the water surface, but always on shore. Furthermore, there is no mass hatch. Therefore, the...

Flies French Plus
Flies French Plus

The "trick" of the French Plus flies is to project the rear hackles slightly forwards and the front hackles slightly backwards. Thanks to this system, the...

Other Dry Flies
Other Dry Flies

In this section you will find particular dry flies , for example super floating flies with a polystyrene head , ideal for fly fishing in fast torrents. We also...



Dry flies float on the water surface or in the water surface film and usually imitate an adult insect (Imago, Emerger, Spent). Fly fishing with the dry fly is particularly exciting if the fish chase the insects which are landing on the water surface. This mostly is happening when there is a mass hatching of water insects.

The floatability of dry flies depends on the used fly tying materials and on the size of the fly and can, if required, be increased by greasing them.

In the following sub-categories you can find an assortment of over 600 dry flies.