Turrall Fly Pod Booby Selection, the combination of the Booby bobbing action as the foam beads of the head struggle to lift the fly, and the seductive wriggle of the marabou tail will prove irresistible to trout. \nTurrall Fly Pod Boobies Selection contains 22 Boobies in 6 colours.\n
Turrall Fly Pod Buzzer Selection, the Buzzer is an imitation of the pupa of a midge or chironomid, and is arguably the most abundant food source for all stillwater trout.\nTurrall Fly Pod Buzzer Selection contains 22 Buzzers - 2 each of 11 different patterns.\n
Turrall Fly Pod Cruncher Selection, the Cruncher is a superb all round fly, usually fished on an intermediate or floating line using a figure of eight retrieve. \nTurrall Fly Pod Cruncher Selection contains 22 flies in 4 different colours.\n
Turrall Fly Pod Daddy Selection, Daddy Long Legs are the best known of the Crane flies and although they can been found throughout the season and are abundant in the Autumn. This superb selection contains both dry and bead head versions which can prove deadly on both stillwaters and rivers.
Turrall Fly Pod Daddy Selection contains 18 Daddies in 6 different patterns.
Turrall Fly Pod Damsel Selection, Damsels are very common and widespread on lakes and slow-flowing rivers from June onwards. This selection of Turralls finest Damsel nymphs provides great imitations of this insect at its most vulnerable stage.
Turrall Fly Pod Damsel Selection contains 22 Damsels in 6 different patterns.
Turrall Fly Pod Diawl Bach Selection, Diawl Bach is Welsh for Little Devil. Turrall selections of "little devils" have proved to be one of the most popular all-round nymph attractor patterns in recent years. Often fished very slowly as part of a team of flies on a floating line and long leader. \nTurrall Fly Pod Diawl Bach Selection contains 22 Diawl Bachs in 4 different colours \n
Turrall Fly Pod Fritz Lure Selection, Fritz Lures are designed to deceive the fish either as an insect imitation, or as an attractor which are brightly coloured and annoy the fish to strike. \nTurrall Fly Pod Fritz Lure Selection contains 22 Fritz Lures in 8 different colours.\n
Turrall Fly Pod Hares Ears Selection, the original gold ribbed hare's ear nymph is a must have in any fly anglers box. It is not intended to imitate a specific insect but is a great all round representation of many. This selection provides all combinations of hare's ear - un-weighted, weighted, bead heads, tungsten bead heads and hot heads. \nTurrall Fly Pod Hares Ears Selection contains 22 Flies in 8 different patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Hopper Selection, Hoppers are a perfect general dry fly representation of many windblown terrestrials that appear on stillwaters. The Bristol hopper originated around the Chew Valley lakes and soon became popular on all the large reservoirs in the uk in the 1980's. This is a combination of Bristol hoppers and CDC hoppers in Black, Claret, Orange and Olive. \nTurrall Fly Pod Hopper Selection contains 22 flies in 8 different patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Hot Head Selection, Hare's ear's, Pheasant Tails, Damsels, Fritz Cat's Whisker and more, all with a Hot Head bead. The fluorescent orange bead on these flies provides the perfect hot spot for feeding trout. \nTurrall Fly Pod Hot Head Selection contains 22 flies in 6 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Klinkhammer Selection, the Klinkhammer was devised by a Dutch angler Hans van Klinken, in the early 80's to imitate an emerging caddis fly to catch grayling and trout which feed from them as they float in the surface film. This pattern has proven to be an extremely effective fly both on rivers and stillwaters. Klinkhammer contains 22 flies in 7 different colours.\n
Turrall Fly Pod Mayfly Selection, as the name suggests the Mayfly hatch normally start in mid-May and lasts until the first week of June. This selection of Emergers, Duns and Spents is perfect for imitating all stages of the Mayflies life cycle.
Turrall Fly Pod Mayfly Selection contains 18 Flies in 11 different patterns
Turrall Fly Pod Mini Lure Selection, traditional and contemporary lure patterns tied on a Size 12 hook to allow them to be used in competitions, this selection will prove deadly for aggressive trout on all stillwaters. \nTurrall Fly Pod Mini Lure Selection contains 24 flies in 8 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Montana Nymph Selection, the Montana Nymph was introduced to Britain from the US in the mid 1950's. The original had a yellow thorax and was so successful that other colours were tried and the Green version became the most popular in the UK. In this selection you have all the colour variations in weighted and bead head versions. \nTurrall Fly Pod Montana Nymph Selection contains 22 flies in 8 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Pheasant Tails Selection originally conceived and tied by Frank Sawyer MBE, an English River Keeper, the Pheasant Tail Nymph is one of the oldest nymph patterns. Frank devised the pattern for use on the chalk streams of Southern England and to imitate several species of the Baetis family, generally referred to as the 'olives'. It quickly became world famous and various different versions have appeared - All of which are included in this selection. \nTurrall Fly Pod Pheasant Tails Selection contains 22 flies in 8 patterns and 3 sizes\n
Turrall Fly Pod Poppers Selection, Poppers are used to create lots of surface disturbance to attract the fish. Cast out and leave for a few seconds them pull hard in short jerks. Sometimes you get attention every cast but the problem is getting these fish to take. You can either stop the fly entirely and let the fish decide or, better still, speed up to try and prompt a take. \nTurrall Fly Pod Poppers Selection contains 10 Poppers in 5 patterns \n
Turrall Fly Pod River Dry Selection, this selection of dries givers the river angler enough patterns for the entire season. It includes specific imitations such as the March Brown, Black Gnat and Yellow May Dun and also general representations such as the Greenwell's Glory and Klinkhammer. \nTurrall Fly Pod River Dry Selection contains 22 flies 11 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod River Nymph Selection, a superb collection of un-weighted and small gold bead and tungsten bead nymphs. Includes all the proven trout catchers - pheasant tails, hare's ears, copper johns and tungsten caddis. \nTurrall Fly Pod River Nymph Selection 22 flies in 11 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Scottish Loch Selection, Scotland is the origin of many of the popular fly patterns of the last century, and many are still in common use today. This selection of larger traditional Wet Winged flies are proven trout catchers on any stillwater when fished as a team of 3 flies, normally on a floating line. \nTurrall Fly Pod Scottish Loch Selection contains 24 Flies in 8 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Scottish River Selection, Scotland is the origin of many of the popular fly patterns of the last century, and many are still in common use today. This selection of smaller traditional Wet Winged flies are proven trout catchers on any river.\nTurrall Fly Pod Scottish River Selection contains 24 Flies in 8 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Sedge Selection, Sedges or Caddis flies are a must have for all fly anglers as they can be found in all sorts of waters from chalk streams and lowland reservoirs to mountain rivers and moorland lakes. Often the sedges hatch in the late afternoon and evening, skittering on the surface and attracting the attention of hungry trout. \nTurrall Fly Pod Sedge Selection contains 22 flies in 8 patterns \n
Turrall Fly Pod Snatcher Selection, Snatchers are a new breed of wet flies that are very successful when fished just below the surface on lakes and reservoirs. Bibio, Kate Mclaren, Doobries, Viva, Olives and Clarets have been popular for many years and now have been made even more deadly with the addition of goose biot cheeks and rear coloured tags. \nTurrall Fly Pod Snatcher Selection contains 22 flies in 5 patterns \n
Turrall Fly Pod Stillwater Dry Selection, there is nothing better than catching a Stillwater trout "Off the top" with a dry fly. If you have terrestrials such as Hawthornes and Black Gnats being blown onto the water or sedges flittering across the surface in the evening this selection will ensure you will experience the thrill of dry fly fishing. \nTurrall Fly Pod Stillwater Dry Selection contains 22 flies in 9 patterns \n
Turrall Fly Pod Stillwater Emerger Selection, an emerging fly is easy prey for a hungry and trout and so this selection is a must for all fly anglers. Suspender buzzers, klinkhammers and bits seal emergers in all the popular colours. \nTurrall Fly Pod Stillwater Emerger Selection 22 flies in 8 patterns \n
Turrall Fly Pod Stillwater Nymph Selection, natural nymphs, which are the immature stage of aquatic insects, have a long life in the water and are a major, if not the foremost, insect food source for stillwater trout. This selection contains all the most popular nymphs including Hare's Ears, Damsels, Pheasant Tail's and Montana's. \nTurrall Fly Pod Stillwater Nymph Selection contains 22 flies in 11 patterns \n
Turrall Fly Pod Zonker Selection, the Zonker originated in the 1970's as a small baitfish imitation. The wing of the fly is tied with rabbit fur instead of feathers and the result is a more durable, livelier swimmer that proves irresistible to predatory fish. \nTurrall Fly Pod Zonker Selection contains 22 flies in 6 patterns. \n
Turrall Fly Pod Kennick Killer Selection, an irresistible fly to trout, Ultra Violet filaments run through the fritz body with sparse crystal flash and nomad style head. A Kennick Killer for every situation, the flies have been dressed with only the very best quality materials and hooks available giving a robust and reliable fly that will catch fish time after time after time! Best fished slowly on an intermediate or slow sinking line from a boat or sink tip from the bank. Try them you will not be disappointed!!
Turrall Fly Pod Kennick Killer Selection contains 22 Killers of Regular Gold Head, Unweighted and Tungsten Flies.
Turrall Fly Pod Blob Selection, Love them or hate them, the blob is without doubt the most widely used modern still-water fly fishing lure. This Blob Fly collection are all tied with modern translucent blob chenille and all have around 12-14 turns on a competition size 10 hook. Also included are the new foam-arsed blobs. Turrall Fly Pod Blob Selection contains 22 flies in 8 variations.\n