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Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September.

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Welshman's Button

Beautiful little sedge pattern tied with top quality genetic dry fly hackle. This dressing for Lough Sheelin was given to me by Peter O'Reilly.
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Sedgehog Green Peter (Red Assed)

This sedgehog version of the classic Green Peter sedge is an ideal top of the water pattern which can be fished singly dry or in a team of wet flies.Add floatant to this superbly tied pattern and just tweak it across the surface.
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Murrough (Claret)

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Sheelin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.80
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Murrough

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.80
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Leggy Green Peter (Red Assed)

This is a hopper style version of the famous Green Peter.
Beautifully tied with double pheasant tail knotted legs.
A great top dropper fly from April to the end of the year.
Price:£1.95
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Green Peter CDC

This fly is a version of the standard Green Peter tied with an olive CDC hackle behind the front hackle. The fly can be fished wet ,or by false casting a few times it will stay on the surface of the water long enough to interest feeding trout.The CDC also gives great mobility to the fly when dabbled in the surface film. .
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Green Peter - Red Assed

A variant on the classic Green Peter with the addition of a red fluorescent tag.Has become a standard in its' own right.One of the "must have" all rounders for the lough fisherman.Generally fished on the top dropper.
Price:£1.65
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Green Peter

This is the most popular sedge pattern fished in Ireland.It is a classic dressing of the classic sedge,with soft genetic cock saddle tied at the front for movement, suggesting the struggling or hatching fly.It is fished from March to September for wild and stocked fish and is particularly good during the mayfly season.
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Brown Sedge

A brilliant little Sedge, beautifully tied with top quality genetic dry fly hackle. A great pattern on river or lake. A particular favourite from June to September.






















This is a super little brown sedge pattern with a quill wing and high quality genetic body and front hackle.A great floating pattern that works just about anywhere.
Particularly popular in the west of Ireland from June to September..





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Fiery Brown Sedge (Moss)

Another super sedge pattern from Dennis Moss. Dennis says of this pattern "I find the larger sizes to be the most effective during the late evening and the smaller sizes for the morning and throughout the day. Effective from late June until the end of the season”
(Quote from "Trout and Salmon- The Essential Guide to Irish Lough Fishing" by Dennis Moss.)
Price:£1.75
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Chocolate Drop (Moss)

This is the famous Chocolate Drop sedge invented by Dennis Moss. He states " This is my most effective Sedge pattern. I fish it in sizes 10-14 and find the smaller sizes can be very good when trout are feeding on the medium dark coloured sedge flies or the Welshman’s button. But it is in the larger size 10 that I have found this fly most effective – from July through to the end of season. The Chocolate Drop has taken a lot of big brown trout, and for an evening session in the summer or early autumn, it is a “must have” pattern”.
(Quote from "Trout and Salmon - The Essential Guide to Irish Lough Fishing" by Dennis Moss.)

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Chocolate Drop Olive

An Olive Chocolate Drop!
Try it and see.
Price:£1.75
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Old Mask Peter

I bought the original of this pattern in a shop in Castlebar over twenty five years ago when I enquired about local dressings for Lough mask.
It has a body of golden olive dubbing and is a much lighter fly than the original Green Peter dressing.
Price:£1.80
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Green Peter Muddler (Green Head)

I was given this pattern by Dennis Boyle from Donegal.
It looks fishy and I will update you with more info on it from Dennis in the near future.
Price:£2.00
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Green Peter Dry

Customers have been asking me for a dry daddy so here it is .
It is basically the standard Green Peter fly with the addition of top quality genetic dry fly hackle tied upright style at the front of the wing.It can be fished singly dry, but no doubt many anglers will fish it on the top dropper on a wet fly cast where the quality hackles will make it dance!
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Partridge Peter

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.75
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Green Peter Cree

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.75
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Green Peter Sparkle

This is a variant of the Green Peter tied with my Irish Sparkle Dubbing No 9 "Green Peter" colour. It adds a little flash to the body of the fly.
Price:£1.80
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Small Brown Sedge

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.60
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Small Black Sedge

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.60
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Silver Sedge

A brilliant little Sedge, beautifully tied with top quality genetic dry fly hackle. A great pattern on river or lake.
Price:£1.75
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Sheelin Sedge

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.75
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Sedgehog UV Claret

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.75
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Sedgehog Bibio

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The Sedgehogs in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.80
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Murrough Green Butt

A very popular variant of the standard Murrough pattern with a flourescent green tag added.
Price:£2.00
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Murrough CDC

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.80
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Melvin Sedge

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.60
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Little Red Arsed Peter

A small version of the great pattern.
Price:£1.80
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Little Peter

My Sedge collection includes some of the most popular patterns fished in Ireland. Sedges are an important part of the trout's diet throughout the fishing season, with the peak hatches appearing on rivers and loughs from May through to September. The flies are most commonly fished "dry", either singly or in teams of two, positioned four to six feet apart. Whilst dry flies are normally fished static, sedge patterns such as the Murrough, Grey Flag, Shellin, Melvin and Small Brown Sedge are best retrieved with short pulls to represent the characteristic skittering motion of the natural sedge across the water surface. The Green Peter and Red-Assed Peter are classic all-rounders, fished equally well "wet" or "dry". They can be fished in any position on the cast from the start of the Mayfly period through to the end of the season. The flies in this collection have been tied in authentic colours from my Traditional Irish Dubbing range.
Price:£1.80
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Leggy Green Peter

This is a hopper style version of the famous Green Peter.
Beautifully tied with double pheasant tail knotted legs.
A great top dropper fly from April to the end of the year
Price:£1.95
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