These flies are tied from deer hair and will float on the surface to tempt surface feeding fish, particularly carp. The brown flies when cast amongst a surface bait, like dog biscuits, these flies are 'camouflaged' amongst the 'natural' biscuits and are gobbled up by the fish. Similarly the white flies resemble broken bread pieces.The flies are tied on size 8 Kamasan hooks, which are robust enough to land weighty carp.
The brown flies resemble trout pellets, and the white resemble bread, so both could be used to tempt trout when they are feeding at the surface. They are attractive to newly stocked fish.
These flies are currently Out of Stock, partly due to the normal Carp season ending in March. However more will be being produced for the Summer 2016 Carp season.