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Red Tag Family

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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 fish streamers! We always have at least a dozen...

Pilka

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  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 color of the hackle and head is rusty brown, but the wing remains grey....

Black Zulu

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  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 to be bushy enough to attract fish in a lake. But fish that live...

Black Zulu Palmer

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  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 to be bushy enough to attract fish in a lake. We tied this fly...

Natural Muddler

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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. This material is sturdy and creates more vibrations in the water. In...
  Everything is the same as in olive muddler, just with a small addition of feather. Now it's sexier and looks more like sculpin.   Viskas tas pats kaip ir alyvuoginiame mudleryje, tik tiek, kad pridėta plunksna sparne. Dabar raštas primena kūjagalvio kūną.

Orange Tag

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  As you might have read in a post about all Red Tag family, this baby is sometimes is even better than the original fly. Although not everyone believes it's effectiveness, but you should have at least one Orange Tag in your box. You won;t regret it.     Jei skaitėte apie vius Redtago šeimos atstovus, tai jau žinote, kad kartais šis mažylis...

Red Tag

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  Wet Red Tag is one of the most often used flies in Lithuania. There are times and places, when you don't have heavy flies to reach the fish and dries are not suitable. That's when wet flies come in duty. And as always, the classic Red Tag is the fly of the flies. It catch fish and what can...
  Absolutely new fly that has never seen water. The only different thing is tan foam. Hope it works. As we mentioned earlier we will experiment with various types of foam and we'll see if this works. If you have any ideas about foam and you have been trying them, please let us know!     Visiškai nauja musė, kuri niekada nebuvo pasiekusi vandens....

Orange Ass Olive Bug

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  What can we say about this fly? Well, we fished it very little, only in summer when the river was full of weeds. We did catch some fish, but the main reason why we like this fly is its color variation. Green is good, olive is even better and orange ass is the best thing a chub bug can...