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Caddis / sedge dry fly pattern ideal for autumn fishing, but also productive all year round. Combination of seal dubbing, CDC and deer hair makes it float perfectly. Good to fish in the riffles thanks to superb buoyancy.
18th Sep 2019
Copper Pheasant Tail Jig NymphOne of the first jig nymph pattern tied, now with a short video. Great fishing fly, works on grayling, trout and barbel as well. Thanks for watching!
9th Sep 2019
CDC Indicator Dry Fly Patterns. Combination of several CDC feathers makes this fly a great floater. CDC will make sure the fly stays on the top. Great indicator type of fly which can be fishing as a dropper with small tungsten nymph below it, or alone. Perfectly visible in riffles. Body is made of peacock herl / CDC. Tied on stronger wire hook (e.g. Hanak 230BL).List of material (click the cart button for more info):- Hook: Hanak Competition H230BL, size 16 - Body Material: CDC dark na …
1st Aug 2019
Brown & Olive Pheasant Tail Nymph tied on a barbless curved gammarus such as Hanak H330BL or Hends 510BL. Fly works great for trout and grayling. Can be unweighted which is good when you fish it as a dropper fly in combination of a nymph with tungsten bead or weighted when you fish it as a single fly and need to go faster to the bottom feeding area. Please have a look on the list of material used. You can also buy this fly, link can be found at the bottom of this page. It is available i …
2nd Apr 2019
Tail made from marabou feathers and body palmered with soft hen hackle provide a lot of movement. Nice shiny effect of mirage tinsel underneath the hackle and few strands of krystal flash in the tail work great as an attractor. Light version (without the bead) works good as a dropper (second) fly. Heavier version (with tungsten bead) is more suitable as a point fly, ideal for river fishing in strong currents. Tip: to secure the hackle, use monofilament line instead of wire.List of material (avai …
2nd Mar 2019