Krueger's Poudre Pupa
A realistic imitation of the caddis pupa found here in Colorado and into Wyoming. Get this pupa wet and it comes alive highlighting prominent features found on the caddis pupa in our waters.
Doesn't get more realistic feeling than this. My go to Stone pattern for the waters I fish. Heavy, realistic, crazy legs, makes a great point fly.
A killer little bug for all year round. Tungsten bead sinks fast and the shimmer and legs do the rest of the work. A must have!!
A variation on the classic Colorado Captain, this is a great all purpose dry fly attractor pattern that was formatted for our rivers and lakes here in Colorado
Dark Knight (5 Colors)
The most productive midge in my box. The shiny underbody imitates the gas filled midge preparing for emergence.
Krueger's Dark Knight Riser
A fantastic representation of a rising midge pupa sure to bring trout to the hand. This is a great around sprouting midge. Wing material is translucent and supple allowing it to not only look realistic but act realistic as well.
Twisted Caddis Pupa
Great looking pattern with a perfect for streaking and rising caddis nymphs
Krueger's Little Yellow Pill - Yellow Stone
This is one of the most effective stones I throw. A great imitation of yellow stones and great in high water or clear and low water.
Krueger's Swing Caddis
A must have in the box for the caddis of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Range. A spin-off of the classic Partridge and Olive, this fly has much more going on without sacrificing the simplistic effective nature of this fly.
Krueger's Poudre Plopper
A great realistic hopper pattern effective for any water where hoppers are present. Designed for the Poudre Canyon in Colorado.
Krueger's Ego Beetle
A great attractor dry perfect for a dry/dropper setup. The large wing keeps this pattern floating all day while the back half of the body sits below the surface, exposed to those hungry trout. Supreme flotation is found in the front of the bug with the "big head" allowing this big headed beetle to always have that head above water.
Lil' Dragon Craw
I perfect carp bug imitating a couple key food sources for carp. From Dragonfly nymphs to crayfish this bug will get it done.
If you fish rivers where small stones are present throughout the year, this is the ticket we've all been asking for. Winter black stones, Yellow Sallies, young brown stones, tiny goldens, all fit this pattern to a t.