Fishing Fly Patterns for Bass, Pan Fish, and Shad tend to be larger, bulkier and more colorful than other freshwater flies with the possible exception of Steelhead flies which also tend to be large and colorful.
Most of the patterns imitate the things that are found in bass waters for fish to eat. Things like small fish, leeches, large bugs, frogs, moths, and the odd mouse thrown in for good measure.
The fishing fly patterens used for Bass can also be used to catch Pike, Perch, Walleye, Sauger, and Burbot.
Some of the Bass and Panfish Fishing Fly Patterns are;
|Black Ann Red Bass Bug||Black Buster|
|Black Hairwater Pup||Black/Yellow Deer Hair Bug|
|Canary Bass Bug||Chamois Leech|
|Dilg Slider||Diving Bug|
|Flash Dancer||Foam Spider|
|Frog Bass Bug||Fuzzabou Shad|
|Gerbubble Bug||Gray Lucky Leech|
|Green Shad Fly||Hairwater Grub|
|Hare Worm||Kevin’s Mouse|
|Lectric Leech||Match the Minnow|
|Natural/White Deer Hair Bug||Olive Hairwater Pup|
|Orange Shad Fly||Perch Streamer|
|Purple Jig-A-Bugger||Purple Lucky Leech|
|Rabbit Strip Diver||Rubber Legs|
|Spent Damsel Dragon||Umpqua Swimming Baitfish|
|Umpqua Swimming Frog||Umpqua Swimming Waterdog|
|White Bass Bugger||Wiggle Legs Frog|
|Yellow Bass Bugger|