Archive (March, 2012)

Pike Fly White Edition

28Mar

This type of flies for some people look funny and not suitable for fishing. But we can assure you that this construction is one of the best. They are way better than zonker flies. Despite the fact they are big, tied on No. 6/0 hooks, reach 16 cm long and more, they […]

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Pike Fly Yellow Edition

28Mar

      That was early morning. Our camp was near a big river turn where was a place full of monster pike! They where looking more like crocodiles, not fish anymore. We where hoping to catch some specimen, but our efforts were fruitless. After about forty […]

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Pike Fly Green Edition

28Mar

The first this style fly was tied in these colors: bright green and red. It’s still the main fly we use. Pikes lose their minds when they see this color. Most of the times we start the day with this fly and don’t change it into any other as it works perfectly. […]

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Klinkhamer Special

23Mar

  Worldwide famous fly that catches fish everywhere. As you all know, it was designed by Hans van Klinken, inovative Dutch (not Danish!!!) flyfisherman. Just as every successful fly, it does not imitate anything in particular, but it represent some living creature […]

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F Fly

23Mar

  There can’t be simpler dry fly than this one. Only three materials, a minute or two and you get a fly that catch fish. It’s easy to change the color and match bugs in your area. By the way, we personally made a conclusion that CDC flies are not […]

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Red Tag Family

23Mar

Red Tag stays Red Tag even in Africa. It’s perfect fly: simple, good looking, very versatile, can be tied dry, wet or nymph, and it is in every fisherman’s box. Well, not every, but there are some, who fish only Red Tag. They even tie them on big hooks and […]

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Pilka

23Mar

  Well, it’s one of the best wet flies we use. The first version of it was tied in 2007 and it’s called in Lithuanian word “Pilka”, witch means Grey. Sure, when it’s wet, the color of the body changes into dark brownish grey and the […]

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Black Zulu

23Mar

  Black Zulu is an old traditional fly that dates around XVII age. Traditionally, it has been used as a loch pattern in Northern England, Scotland and Ireland. It’s still used there and is very popular. The original fly is tied with a palmer hackle as it […]

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Black Zulu Palmer

23Mar

  Black Zulu is an old traditional fly that dates around XVII age. Traditionally, it has been used as a loch pattern in Northern England, Scotland and Ireland. It’s still used there and is very popular. The original fly is tied with a palmer hackle as it has […]

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Natural Muddler

21Mar

Original Muddler Minnow was first tied by Don Gapen in 1937, Minesota, USA to imitate local sculpins. The fly was tied using mottled turkey for the tail and wings, but during the years lots of variations emerged. And this particular fly is tied using bucktail for winging. […]

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