Teddys Tackle Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Supply
These patterns have been developed locally for Vancouver Island and interior British Columbia fishing. We have tied and fished most of these patterns ourselves.  Join our Wednesday evening fly tying sessions from 7:00 - 9:00 and try some of these out with us!
Streamers for Trout
Articulated Rabbit Leech 1/14/2015
Based on a pattern from Ken Thorne. Ted tied this fly with our Intermediate class this week.
Beginners' Leech 7/6/2014
This is a simple leech pattern suitable for beginning tiers.
Bulldog 7/6/2014
This is Dennis Ramshaw's version of the Bulldog a wooly bugger variation. This has been a hot fly on Vancouver Island lakes this Fall.
Bunny Minnow / Stickleback 7/6/2014
This is a lake fly imitating baitfish fry available to trout in Winter and early Spring on our local lakes.
Egg Sucking Leech 4/14/2015
This pattern by Mike Nadeau uses a hot glue gun with mini glue sticks in salmon egg colours. Mike says it is very effective in local lakes. We have also found it to be a great fly for Interior lake fishing.
Gold Eye Micro Leech 11/9/2015
This simple fly is effective in early Spring on Vancouver Island lakes.
Green Butt Bear Hair 7/6/2014
This pattern is an Atlantic Salmon fly adapted by Norm Evans for trout fishing. It was very effective locally in Spring 2012. The pattern is written up by Kathy Chilcott
Ice Bugger 1/18/2020
This is a simple but effective leech pattern. The Ice Dub gives it a real sparkle. Try it in some other colours.
Krystal Flash Leech 7/6/2014
This pattern is from Bill Morton. A good leech for local lakes.
Lake Bug 1/22/2017
This streamer comes from Frank Norris. It has been working well on our local lakes this Fall.
Shaggy Vampire 7/6/2014
A variation of the Todd Oishi fly the Vampire Leech from Phil Rowleys book Stillwater Selections. Dennis Popplestone tied this using a new product Senyos Shaggy Dubbing which is like a lot of chopped up little rubber legs. Looks like it will have good movement in the water.
Sparkle Leech variation 7/6/2014
This is Sparkle Leech was developed by Dennis Ramshaw for trout and bass. The weed guard makes is possible to cast in under docks and logs without getting tangled up.
Wine Sparkle Leech 7/6/2014
An easy to tie but effective fly. Frank Norris caught a 24 inch trout on this leech at a local lake.