Wetting a line in Alaska is every fisherman's dream. For what may be the fishing experience of a lifetime, you want to be well-prepared. Here are 36 of the best flies to try if your dream comes true and you find yourself heading to the rivers and streams of America's northern frontier. Includes three each of: Glo Bug-Salmon Egg (#10), Sheila Sculpin (#8), Lady Flesh Fly (#6), Starlite Leech-Pink and Purple (#1), Popsicle (#1/0), Voodoo Leech-Black (#2), Candy Cane (#2/0), Lady Flesh Fly Articulated-Orange/Tan (#4) and BH Rubber Leg Cotton Candy (#2/0). Includes two each of: Hair Mouse (#2/0), Pink Pollywog (#2) and Egg Sucking Articulated Leech (#2). Available:Assortment onlyAssortment with Box
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Cabela's 36-Piece Best-Of-Alaska Fly Assortment Loading...
||Don't Buy an Assortment If...You
only need a couple of flies included in the assortment. It's a waste
of money. On the other hand...
||Fly Assortments Provide Great Value
If...They come with the flies you actually need and think
you'll use. This is especially true since many assortments come
with a "slimmed down" fly box, too.
||Fly Assortments Are Handy. If
you only fish occasionally, or just fish periodically for a particular
species (like Bass), then a fly assortment provides an excellent
way to acquire the basic flies.
||Mixed, Dry, Nymph or Species Specific? For
trout fishing, especially if you currently do not have a large selection
of flies, it makes sense to get a "trout specific" fly assortment.
With that, you can find which flies work best for you...and then
buy those flies separately in the future. If you do not currently
own a lot of flies, it is kind of a waste of money to
buy ten fly assortments at the very beginning.