These flies will help you get really good at fly fishing pike.
Pike are one of our favorite gamefish to chase with a fly. From our Midwestern waters to Alaska and Canada we know what works on these toothy critters.
Umpqua Swimming BaitfishThis is one of your best choices for northern pike (and muskies) in Wisconsin and all over the world. Add floatant and fish it on top or fish it sub-surface with a sinking line. Choose from red/white or shad patterns.
Ehlers’ Gator DoneThis fly collection is one of the most popular from Rainy’s Signature Pat Ehlers’ Series for muskies and northern pike. They attract fish and made of durable materials to last.
Skok’s Super MushyThe Super Mushy was originally designed as a saltwater pattern, but with it’s flash and action, it has proven itself on musky and pike.
Reynold’s Pike FlyThe Reynold’s Pike fly is a classic and effective bunny fly pattern for fishing northern pike. Available in a white/red or chartreuse color pattern, this fly works particularly well wherever pike are found.
Pike/Tarpon SnakeThis is a crossover fly pattern that dominates as a northern pike fly. It’s versatile as an effective fly for tarpon, peacock bass and musky as well. Comes with a #3/0 stainless steel hook.
Ehlers’ Midnight SunThe Midnight Sun fly was developed at Midnight Sun Trophy Pike Adventures in Alaska for northern pike. Choose from a yellow/orange or blue/white pattern.
CF WhistlerThe CF Whistler collection features bead chain eyes and life-like craft fur that provides lots of action to attract northern pike and other big game like tarpon and muskies. Color patterns include red/yellow, orange/black and red/white.
MeatwhistleThe black John Barr Meat Whistle imitates crayfish, leeches and baitfish perfectly to attract trophy northern pike.
CF Baitfish FlyAvailable in fire tiger or chartreuse/white colors, the CF Baitfish fly is an excellent go-to option for catching aggressive pike.
Gen-X BunnyThe Gen-X bunny features a premium Tiemco 600SP hook and a support beneath the bunny strip near the hook to avoid fouling on the hook. This is a must-have for fly fishing pike.