Ooey Gooey Grub. Folks, it's a grub. Nothing fancy, these fly fishing nymphs are just a really good (almost too good) grub imitation. Fish love 'em. This squishy, gushy fly pattern is an excellent imitation of any light toned larvae or grub of caddis, bees, wasps, crane flies, beetles, etc. It works particularly well for steelhead from fall through spring; but, is deadly for trout in any situation. Find a wasp or hornets nest hanging over the river and drift this pattern through the run (under an indicator). Try it on the delayed harvest and wild trout streams of North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia. DEADLY!
Sizes: 6, 8, 10, 12.