Walt’s Worm Jig
The heavy lead fly for your nymphing rigs.
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Walt’s worm is one of the most productive freestone flies out there. It has that rough-around-the-edges look that mountain trout cannot resist! While it can imitate everything from a mayfly larva to a caddis pupa, it’s a great generic attractor to fish in a multiple fly rig. In fact, on a new stream or one with limited hatches, a good setup can be a midge nymph with walt’s worm trailing 12-inches behind. Anglers using those two flies in tandem can successfully bounce from pocket to pocket but still be able to drift the plunge pools and deeper runs that always hold fish.
Olive, Hare's Ear
12, 14, 16
I caught at least 10 small little rainbow trouts today with my Walt’s worms on a hopper setup. I am highly impressed with the quality of how well these flys are made. I will be ordering more flys by the am hours to replace the ones I lost. Long story short flycrate has a customer for life.
On a high water day a couple days after a rain/sleet/snow storm, dropped this baby down into some deep pools and to my surprise had a heck of a day in Missouri. Especially a small stream I have had little luck and blanked 3 other times. Was also durable after as much action as I had. I need more, haha!
Durable, well made and fish love it. My go to at my local river. Caught this really nice rainbow with a #12 walts. These guys make the best flies hands down imo. And you have to love the customer service!
This fly has produced a lot of fish in a short amount of time. The thing that makes me the most pleased about it, is that I catch multiple fish on this fly and it holds up really well.