Species Caught on the DDH

Here is the list of fish species that the DDH Leech has taken since 1995. Keep in mind that this fly was tied in different sizes and colors to catch these fish

  1. Rainbow Trout

2) Brook Trout

3) Brown Trout

4)Tiger Trout (Brown and Brook Trout Cross)

5) Splake (Brook and Lake Trout Cross)

6) Lake Trout

7) Arctic Char

8) Dolly Varden

9) Bull Trout

10) Gila Trout

11 & 12) Cutthroat Trout (Yellowstone, Westslope)

13) Golden Trout

14) Kamloops Rainbow Trout

15) Marble Trout

16) Marble and Brown Hybrid

17) Coastal Cutthroat Trout

18) Arctic Grayling

19) Steelhead

20) Lake Whitefish

21) Rocky Mountain Whitefish

22) Atlantic  Salmon

23) Sockeye Salmon

24) Chinook Salmon

25) Pink Salmon

26) Coho Salmon

27) Chum Salmon

28) Atlantic Salmon

29) Blue Gill

30) Pumpkinseed

31) Green Sunfish

32) Red Breast Sunfish

33) Rock Bass

34) Redear Sunfish

35) Black Crappie

36) White Crappie

37) Longear Sunfish

38) Warmouth

39) Black Banded Sunfish

40) Banded Sunfish

41) Spotted Sunfish

42) Largemouth Bass

43) Smallmouth Bass

44) Guadalupe Bass

45) Shoal Bass

46) Redeye Bass

47) Spotted Bass

48) Striped Bass

49) Rock Bass

50) White Bass

51) Whiper (Striped and White Bass Cross)

52) Peacock Bass

53) Muskellunge

54) Northern Pike

55) Chain Pickerel

56) Redfin Pickerel

57) Tiger Muskellunge

58) Walleye

59) Sauger

60) Saugeye (Walleye and Sauger Cross)

61) Yellow Perch

62) White Perch

63) Barramundi

64) Channel Cat

65) Black Bullhead

66) Flathead Catfish

67) Freshwater Drum

68) Carp

69) Bigmouth Buffalo

70) Quillback

71) Goldeye

72) Mooneye

73) Brown Bullhead

74) Pacu

75) Red Tail Catfish

76) River Carp

77) Giant Catfish

78) Bonefish

79) Tarpon

80) Snook

81) Permit

82) Redfish

83) Greenling

84) Flounder

85) Barracuda

86) Grass Carp

87) Sturgeon

88) Horny Head Chub

89) Gar

90) Blowfish

91)Trevally

92) Palometa

 

 

 

 

 

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