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Another simple lake buzzer tied for the next trips to the Czech fishery. I used here two new and interesting in our market materials: thin thread/winsel the Micro Glint and a red version of the popular Loon UV glue.
This nymph has been tied from highly valued material by many fly tiers - the catgut. I caught on this pattern in the last day of the trout season several trouts on small river nearby to me.
The Surf Candy is classic saltwater baitfish fly pattern known for several decades, which is fabulously simple to tie. It was invented by Bob Popovics for catching bluefish, then has been tied from the Bucktail hair and epoxy.
UV colors and flies tied with a UV materials are very well seen by the fish, for sure a trout and grayling - that's what I know from my own experience.
Booby is another type of lake flies with characteristic eyes made from floating round foam. Very simple and effective pattern for trout or perch.
Another lake pattern which has to imitate the insects of the family Tipulidae. At the end of summer and early autumn those insects are often prey for lake's trout and other species. The author of the traditional version with the hackle is the British fly angler Richard Walker.
Jig nymphs with beads in mettalic pink are highly effective and pupular in fly boxes of many fly anglers, with those who representing their countries in competition at the highest level. This color of bead has something and it works well not only in nymphs (presented at 2011-11-11 lake pattern Pink & White Killer).
CdC dry fly in one of the most popular colours which you should have in your fly box. Body in this dry fly pattern I have tied from new material on the market, this is the Synthetic Quill Body Wrap (brand Hareline).
I don't know why I'm just now showing this one of my basic wet flies, which I have been succesfully using for many years. Viva is effective not only for spring's river trout, but also it works well during the states of slightly raised water or evening flights of the caddis.
Spring for me is the time for fly fishing with a streamer and wet flies. Just for this time I have tied a baitfish imitation where I have used syntetic and natural material and finished with a dyed grizzly feathers.