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.
This time something with the thought of spring trout, fly which I have been using successfully for years - black leeches. Mainly I am using as a dropper fly with zonker style streamer as a point fly.
Now I have made something different because I have used tubes. This is tube fly in probably two most popular salmon colours: black and orange.
I made this fly some time ago something about 6 months ago, but now I have found some time to prepare pictures and put them to this page.
The Royal Coachman is a classic wet fly which is well known for years. Is not only showy, but most important is its effectiveness.
Some time ago I got an interesting new product, which I had a chance to test it. The result of this is this nymph.
That kind of flies I have loved for years, are simply to tie and very effective then we fish under the surface (similarly like wet fly - my favourite method).
The Goddard Sedge is undoubtedly well known for most fly anglers and simply to tie classic dry fly pattern. I think all fly tiers has materials for the Goddard Sedge, natural or dyed deer hair and brown hackle from cape or saddle roster.
Maybe this is not a beautiful dry fly, but one of those which you must have in a fly box. In May or June during the evening fishing has given me a lot of good brown trout in the Vistula river.
Something simple and very quick for a grayling season. In this jig nymph I have used an interesting synthetic material the Quill Body Pearl, which samples I have had the opportunity to test more than a year ago.
Frogs are one of the favorite early spring delicacies in the diet of large brown trout or sea trout, other species like pike and bass like them too.
The Woolly Bugger is a classic trout fly and is available in the most of fly boxes in the world. Is very effective not only for trout but for many other species.