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Posted On 21-3-2012

Green Ass Black Bug

21Mar
  • Green Ass Black Bug

  This fly saw the world first time last year and we have to admit that it showed it’s ability to catch fish even in the worst conditions. During the summer when fish are full of food and they become very picky, only some flies can […]

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Posted On 21-3-2012

Orange Ass Grey Bug

21Mar
  • Orange Ass Grey Bug

  This fly was tested many times and showed it’s effectiveness in various conditions. Orange ass works, even though we don’t know the reason of that. It’s that important what legs are made from, but we decided that grizzly […]

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Posted On 21-3-2012

Green Ass Grey Bug

21Mar
  • Green Ass Grey Bug

  For two years we have been trying bugs with green accents and this grey bug is one of those lucky ones. The other one is the same but with black body. This fly worked really well with chubs and especially ides. Starting from early season […]

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Posted On 21-3-2012

Yellow Ass Bug

21Mar
  • Yellow Ass Bug

  This one is another newbie in our boxes. Dirty grey body with several yellow accents should be very attractive to chubs and ides. Every year we try some new colors and this bug is one of those experiments. Just the look of this fly creates […]

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Posted On 21-3-2012

Tan Bug

21Mar
  • Tan Bug

  This is a new member of our bugs family. We have used only bugs with black foam backs, but now we are going to experiment not only with colors of body, but also with colors of backs. This is the first one, there will be more and during […]

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Posted On 21-3-2012

Orange Bug

21Mar
  • Orange Bug

This is the bug we start season from. It’s strange that chub grab such bright fly that doesn’t look like real one, except the shape. However, in early season chub love this fly and it’s not a coincidence. Two years in a row […]

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Posted On 19-3-2012

March Brown

19Mar
  • March Brown

  It’s said that March Brown doesn’t represent these bugs so well, but it imitates any mayfly very good. The colors are natural, buggy and it looks like some kind of insect drifting with the current. This fly works well all […]

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Posted On 19-3-2012

Muddler Minnow Olive

19Mar
  • Muddler Minnow Olive

  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 […]

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Posted On 19-3-2012

Hardy’s Favorite

19Mar
  • Hardy’s Favorite

  Everyone knows about Hardy’s favorite. We don’t exactly know how popular it is in other countries, but it sure is very popular and effective in Lithuania. There are even some fishermen, who keep it as secret and don’t […]

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