Saturday, May 31, 2014

Trouser Worms For Sale at CarpPro

CarpPro now has the Trouser Worm (Along with McTage's McLuvins, Montana Hybrids, Hopes Damsel and many more) for sale HERE.  It is already the best carp fly line-up on the Internet bar none, and it is still just getting rolling - All courtesy of Catch Fly Fishing.

So many people have asked me over the last couple of years if I sell my flies. It hurt me to turn people away because I know how it is to be starting out fly fishing for carp.  It is HARD.  The learning curve is brutal, but I have known for quite some time that if there was a supply of honest to goodness GREAT carp flies on the market then it would make things easier.  If there were more proven patterns on the market, then new carpers could leave the flies to the experts and focus on the real stuff. Sneaking into position. Presenting the fly. Detecting the take.

Well, CATCH Fly Fishing has been working hard over the last year and a half to bring us all the best damn carp fly line-up any carper can possibly imagine.  I am not exaggerating.  It is awesome.  This last week marked a critical milestone (at least in my book) in that mission when Catch delivered the first batch of Trouser Worms to CarpPro.

The Trouser Worm is my most productive pattern and I have caught hundreds of carp on the Trouser Worm.  It helped win at least two Carp Slam Championships.  It has caught many many carp in many parts of the country.  Mostly though, it has the coolest damn name of any fly ever.  I love it.  I hope you will too.


3 comments:

  1. I made the mistake of not immediately ordering a few hybrids (just to do it) and they sold out fast! I did not make that mistake with the tworm...ordered half a dozen immediately because the tworm will sell out fast...they won't last long, so order way! Congrats man...pretty cool to see these for sale.

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    1. You just caught 7 20 pounders in one day. I am not talking to you any more.

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  2. Hah hah. You should see the list of my top 11 (3x19 and an 18).

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