Hoh Bo Spey – Pink and Purple

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Blue and Black

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Black and Red

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Orange and Yellow

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Orange and Hot Pink

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Orange and Silver Dr. Blue

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Black and Purple

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Black and Orange

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.

Hoh Bo Spey – Black and Chartreuse

The Hoh Bo Spey fly was created with year round fishing in mind and can be fished on the swing pretty much any time the water is open and flowing. The original pattern was designed by Charles St. Pierre and named after 2 Pacific Northwest steelhead rivers. The design is influenced by the popular Intruder style of flies. The flies are tied with both synthetic and natural materials that allow the fly to pulse and flow with the river currents.