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Flymen Fishing Company

NEW Chocklett's Finesse Changer Fly Box - 9 Fly Assortment

$ 101.55 $ 87.95

Flymen Fishing Company

NEW Chocklett's Finesse Changer Fly Box - 9 Fly Assortment

$ 101.55 $ 87.95

A Fully Loaded Fly Box With Every Color in the Finesse Game Changer range!

Limited Edition: 

Design by Blane Chocklett

We had a few spare fly boxes and put together some Finesse Changer Assortments, one of each color and a quality slit-foam fly box you can add to your fleet. This is a $100+ value for only $87.95! Get yours before they're gone.

The Finesse Changer has a typical average baitfish length of 3.5" (9cm), consists of 7 Articulated Fish-Spine segments and is available in 9 color variations allowing you to “match the hatch” for success in different fisheries and target species. The fly is tied with an ultra-lightweight, synthetic “Finesse” material that sheds water giving you a fly that is easy to cast and has incredible natural movement in the water.

What's included in this fly box assortment:

Finesse Changer - Fire Tiger

Finesse Changer - Purple & Black

Finesse Changer - Rainbow Trout

Finesse Changer - Brown Trout

Finesse Changer - Shad

Finesse Changer - White

Finesse Changer - Chartreuse

Finesse Changer - Tan

Finesse Changer - Black

Finesse Changer
3.5” (9 cm) 7-segment articulated streamer
Kona BGH #2/0 hook + (5 x 10 mm Fish-Spines) + Tail Shank

You can view the full Game Changer fly guide here



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    Q: Are Finesse Changer flies 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 5-weight or higher fly rod.

     Q: Can Finesse Changer flies 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 Finesse Changer 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.