Ants, and flying ants in particular, drive trout completely bonkers, whether they are garbage feeding, straying from other hatching bugs, or in the midst of a late summer ant fall. The key to a good ant pattern is to display the right size and profile while remaining visible. The Splitsville Flying Ant ticks all the boxes, and you can see it better than almost any other ant imitation. It’s perfect for
bringing moody browns out of their bankside hiding places, and also drives fish nuts when ants are regularly on the water. And don’t let the “flying” part throw you – it’s the perfect general purpose terrestrial when you are not sure what to fish on top.