Consecutively I will add more types of flies tied by me. If you have any questions or suggestions concerning the content of this website or fly tying please e-mail me at the address available in the Contact section.
Effective pike streamer which I tested together with my friend Darek Rakowski during last November's trip. As it turned out later, it gave us a lot of pike.
Small and highly effecitve nymph tied on a jig hook in size no.16, and what is important for beginner fly tiers very easy to tie.
This time I have for you my wet fly killer from this year, which was highly effective for trout, chub and grayling in my local rivers.
A simple and effective dry fly in a classic brown colour. The body has been made by delicate and very well dubbed on the thread the Spirit River Fine & Dry dubbing, which also works well on nymph patterns.
Fabulously simple to tie imitation of the caddis larva, which is very effective during emerging of this insect. Brown trout from the Dunajec river in Poland and from the Vah in Slovakia loved this pattern.
Perdigone's nymphs are very simple to tie, and in many situations very effective. They come from Spanish boxes, and one of those fly fisherman gave me information about those patternt a few years ago.
I am pleased to present as perhaps the first person imitation of the stonefly nymph tied on the latest materials from Hemingway brand - the Evolution series. Complete set include: body and tail, thorax and legs, and for finishing Buds & Back.
This time I have tied very easy pattern from the foam, on which I like to tie various well-floating flies. Patterns of this type are very popular in USA for trout fishing, but in our situation not only for trout, chub, ide also.
The combination of black body and silver bead consists of a very effective nymph pattern which I have used for many years. However, the glossy dubbing in the violet color additionally improves the effectiveness of the nymph.
This time I have something for sea trout, sea bass and other species, not only saltwater because colors of this pattern are quite universal. The Lesser Sand Eel is a favorite prey of many predators, so in my opinion good to have an imitation during a trip to the Baltic sea or the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.