Salmon Egg Fly

Salmon Egg

Mimics the appearance of salmon eggs. Effective in catching a variety of fish species and is most commonly used in freshwater streams and rivers.

How it's tied

The Salmon Egg Fly is typically made with a small, round hook, brightly colored thread, and a small amount of egg-shaped yarn. The yarn is typically dyed in bright colors such as orange, pink, or red to mimic the appearance of salmon eggs.

What it mimics

As the name suggests, the Salmon Egg Fly mimics the appearance of salmon eggs, which are a primary food source for many fish species. The bright colors and realistic shape of the fly make it a highly effective attractor fly.

Where it's used

The Salmon Egg Fly is most commonly used in freshwater streams and rivers where salmon and other fish species spawn. It is particularly effective in areas with clear water where fish can easily see the bright colors of the fly.

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Fish you can can fly fish for with the Salmon Egg

Arctic Char

Brook trout

Brown Trout

Common Carp

Cutthroat Trout

Golden Trout


Marble Trout

Rainbow Trout


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