Conehead JJ Bugger Streamer Fly by UmpquaThis is the first fly you should tie on if you are searching for trophy trout in new water. Especially if there are Brown Trout around. There is something about this bugger that seems to appeal to the big ones. It was made famous in Montana but migrated west to the Pacific Northwest a few years later and is now a staple in the fly boxes of guides that love to pursue big fish. You can throw it against structure on a floating line, or use it on a sink tip in the big pools.