One of the most popular, effective forms of trout fly just got better. Rubber Legs style nymphs have become a staple go-to trout fly especially out West and Chocklett’s Rubber Legs Changer now ups the game by adding unprecedented lifelike movement from its highly articulated 5-segment body tied with the new Articulated Micro-Spine system and weighted with a Nymph-Head Evolution Stonefly tungsten beadhead so you can drop it into the feeding zone ASAP.
This versatile fly is effective as an imitation of many aquatic bugs and critters, including dragonfly and stonefly nymphs, and can be used to target various species, such as trout, bass, and steelhead.
This fly is great for fishing well-oxygenated water. Fish it deep, dead drift and swing. The undulating articulated nymph body with rubber legs makes for a powerful fish attractor. The Rubber Legs Changer is a silver bullet for every angler's fly box.
Will be initially available in 3 popular Bugger colors i.e. Black, Brown and Golden Stonefly in a versatile #6 hook size.
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: 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.