Best of Show Award – Fly Pattern Freshwater: 2019 International Fly Tackle Dealer Show
Design by Blane Chocklett
Chocklett’s™ Micro Changer is a small highly articulated baitfish pattern less than 2 inches long, with 7 articulated segments tied with the new Chocklett’s Articulated Micro-Spine.
Now everyone can fish a Game Changer! A next-generation fly tied using the new Fish-Skull Articulated Micro-Spine system, the Micro Changer is extremely light and easy to cast, even on a 2 or 3 wt. fly rod for trout, but can also be used for targeting larger fish, such as lake striped bass, smallmouth and largemouth bass on an 7-8 wt., or saltwater species such as snook, false albacore, seatrout or redfish on an even stronger rod. Everything eats a 2" bait!
Available in 6 colors
1.75” (4.5 cm) 7-segment articulated streamer
Kona BGH #6 hook + 8 mm Micro-Spine + (4 x 6 mm Micro-Spines) + Micro Tail Shank
Q: Why are the flies sometimes not in stock?
A: GC flies are in high demand and they tend to sell out very quickly. These are specialized, custom-tied flies that are technically difficult and time consuming to tie to the correct specifications. As a result, our factory sometimes cannot produce them fast enough and therefore are not always available.
Q: How long will I wait for my flies if I have to Pre-Order?
A: It may take several weeks (or longer) for your order to be delivered. If the flies are not in stock, our system enables you to place a Pre-Order and we will ship to you the moment they become available. Essentially, your order is placed on a waiting list that is fulfilled on a first-in first out basis. We will keep you updated on a regular basis with an estimated delivery date (EDD). As our capacity increases, any lead times should be reduced to a minimum.
Q: Is they easy to cast?
A: Yes, the fly is tied with material that sheds water giving you a fly that is easy to cast with as low as a 2-weight or higher fly rod.
Q: Can they be used in saltwater?
A: Yes! The flies can be used in both fresh and saltwater. The articulated shanks are made of stainless spring steel and the Kona hooks have a high-quality black-nickel finish.
Q: How durable are the flies?
A: Very! The precise method the flies are tied, and the high percentage of modern, synthetic materials used in them make for a tough, hardy fly that should stand up to dozens of landed fish.