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Mylar piping or tubing this is a very nice material which has given us realistic look of a streamer's body. I have a fondness for this material because I have caught my first brown trout for a black marabou streamer with a silver body from the mylar.
Very, very easy to tie and very effective small dry fly. I have caught on this pattern a lot of trout from February to August.
This pattern the Muddler Matuka has been tested in very good results in my local Vistula river. Combination of a wing in matuka style, a muddler head and light yellow/cream body this is what Vistula's brown trout like.
The leech imitation is very effective by the whole trout season. From the beggining of season, till the June this is one of my basic pattern.
Interesting and not so difficult to tie imitation of emerging caddis fly. It is worth to have this pattern in other colors like white, black, orange and green. When it's wet looks more natural.
Unquestionably the bead head pheasant tail nymph is the most popular nymph pattern in Poland, and not only. Tied in a lot of variations: different colors of collars or beads, with or without hackle, with additional backs...
Basic dry fly in my box from many years. Easy to tie, in my opinion the easies dry fly for beginner fly tier. Usually I am tying this pattern on hooks in size 12-16, sometimes in smaller hooks.
This is a basic dry fly in my box from many years. Brown trout, chub or grayling like this pattern on my local rivers.
In my opinion this is the easiest nymph pattern for begginer fly tyer. Not looks like a perfect modern nymph, but very effective for brown trout in rivers in South of Poland.
This is my undoubtedly favorite streamer pattern which I am using almost in all trips. I like to use a chain for eyes because they are not so heavy like for example the dumbbell or twin eyes.