Rainbow Warrior Midge
One of the most successful searching fly patterns for trout, the Rainbow Warrior Midge fly pattern combines a bright bead with a bit of flash to produce spectacular results.
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Recently featured in the December Fly Crate Membership, we recommended this as a go-to searching pattern. When natural-looking imitations leave you fish-less, give the Rainbow Warrior a go. Here is a snip-it from the original tier, Lance Egan. “…Finally I put on a Rainbow Warrior. Three of these flies turned my 8ish-fish day into a 40-fish day. I kept one of the flies unharmed to ensure I could duplicate them! The warrior has since become one of my go-to patterns. I’ve taken fish on it from New Zealand to Alaska. It works surprisingly well in all water conditions, yes even in clear water; I know it is too flashy, but it works.” ~ Trout Legend Website
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I highly recommend The Fly Crate for their flies.
Their selection is good and pricing is great.
Their flies are tied well.
I had a little mix up with my order and I am satisfied with how The Fly Crate took care of it.
I can't wait to tie on these Rainbow Warriors and catch some trout.
They look great and are definitely a great choice if you are on the fence about whether to get them or not.
The Fly Crate is a great place to get flies. I've ordered from them several times and have never been disappointed.
This is THE go to fly on the Guadalupe River, not sure where the fish are? Tie on a Rainbow Warrior and swing a few, you'll find em. Ordered for an upcoming trip cause I didnt have any in my box. Great Price, Great Product, cant wait to get em wet!
Flies look top quality haven't used them yet fast service and quick delivery
This nymph pattern is 100% spot on - sinks well given small size, is fairly durable and gets absolutely slammed by fish - Rainbows and brookies devour this nymph. It should probably be the trailing nymph in every single rig you ever fish. It is pretty much always in mine.
Side note, all of the Fly Crate flies I've gotten have been amazing.